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12.04.14 On the False Dichotomy in Math

Fascinating post from William Schmidt, Distinguished Professor at Michigan State University and co-director of the Education Policy Center.  Schmidt compares the differences between the PISA and TIMMS assessments.  In a nutshell, he notes the Major distinction in what the two tests purport to measure: the TIMSS is focused on formal mathematical knowledge, whereas the PISA emphasizes…