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Historical Evolution of Equity and Quality in Education and in Math Education

  • Murad Jurdak
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This chapter will present a comparative historical account of the evolution of issues of quality and equity in mathematics education and education in general. The historical account will be limited to the second half of the twentieth century when issues had started to be debated at the scholarly and policy levels. It will also be at the macro level focusing on international reports and literature.

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Mathematics Education Equity Issue Mathematics Curriculum Math Education Universal Primary Education 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of EducationAmerican University of Beirut (AUB)BeirutLebanon

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