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The Second International Mathematics Study (SIMS80)

1977– 1981

The study examined mathematics education at three levels: curricular intentions, implemented curriculum, and student achievement. Student performance was measured and reported separately for five areas: arithmetic, algebra, geometry, measurement, and statistics. The study included some features that involved a replication of the First International Mathematics Study (FIMS). It also incorporated a detailed longitudinal component designed to investigate causal relationships between the output and input measures of mathematics education.

Target Population

This was 13-year-old students and students in the final grade of secondary education.

Participating Educational Systems

Belgium (Flemish), Belgium (French), Canada (British Columbia and Ontario), England and Wales, Finland, France, Hong Kong, Hungary, Israel, Japan, Luxembourg, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nigeria, Scotland, Swaziland, Sweden, Thailand, United States.
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DATA - Population

BELGIUM (FLEMISH)

BELGIUM (FRENCH)

CANADA (BRITISH COLOMBIA)

CANADA (ONTARIO)

UK (ENGLAND & WALES )

FINLAND

FRANCE

HONG KONG

HUNGARY

ISRAEL

JAPAN

LUXEMBOURG

NETHERLANDS

NEW ZEALAND

NIGERIA

SCOTLAND

SWAZILAND

SWEDEN

THAILAND

UNITED STATES

 

 

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