Research in Mathematics Education

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RME disseminates work through peer-reviewed journals, chapters, and technical reports: 

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RME researchers present to a broad mathematics and education audience both nationally and globally. Read more...

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Research In the News

Dr. Ketterlin Geller and colleagues were recently published in the latest issue of Educational Assessment with their article Construct Definition Using Cognitively Based Evidence: A Framework for Practice. An abstract of the article is available online.


Simmons doctoral student Lindsey Perry publishes Review of Formative Assessment Use and Training in Africa in the International Journal of School and Educational Psychology. 

Innovations in Research

Elementary School Students in Texas: Algebra Ready (ESTAR)


The goal of ESTAR, the latest initiative within the Texas Algebra Ready (TXAR) framework, is to support elementary students in the state of Texas to achieve a high level of preparedness in mathematics. ESTAR is designed to improve overall mathematics instruction and achievement in order to reduce the percentage of students who need math intervention in the elementary grades. Read more...


Middle School Students in Texas: Algebra Ready (MSTAR)


Middle School Students in Texas Algebra ReadyThe MSTAR initiative is in collaboration with Education Service Center Region XIII and the Texas Education Agency and is comprised of three lead components structured and integrated to support students and teachers in grades five through eight to achieve mathematics success. Read more...


Promoting Algebra Readiness: Developing a Strategic Intervention on Rational Number Concepts (Project PAR)


Project PAR is designed to develop a 100-lesson algebra readiness intervention focusing on conceptual understanding and procedural fluency with rational numbers for sixth grade students with or at risk for learning disabilities in mathematics. The gap between the educational requirements for algebra mastery and the reality of algebra competence for middle school students is of growing concern. Read more...


Istation, Inc.


The Istation Project includes three components with the intent to provide a tiered assessment system and Teacher Resources designed to identify and support students struggling in mathematics. Read more...


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Latest Thinking

RME director Dr. Leanne Ketterlin Geller and researcher Dr. Nick Wasserman speak to the opportunities and complications facing the mathematics education community today, as well as the explicit and innovative research that can guide effective change.

It's in the Details: Why a Diagnostic?


Stay Engaged: Middle School is Pivotal


There is Nothing Elementary about Elementary Math


Why Do We Hear, "I'm Not a Math Person"?

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