Section 1: Political dimensions of mathematics education. Section Editor: C. Keitel.
1. Mathematics, mathematics education and economic conditions; D. Woodrow. 2. Is mathematics for all? P. Gates, C. Vistro-Yu. 3. Mathematical literacy; E. Jablonka. 4. Lifelong mathematics education; G. FitzSimons, D. Coben, J. O'Donoghue. 5. International comparative research in mathematics education; D. Clarke. 6. Mathematics education in international and global contexts; W. Atweh, P. Clarkson, B. Nebres.
Section 2: Responses in mathematics education to technological developments. Section Editor: F.K.S. Leung.
7. Technology and mathematics education: a multidimensional overview of recent research and innovation; J.-B. Lagrange, M. Artigue, C. Laborde, L. Trouche. 8. Influence of technology on the mathematics curriculum; Ngai-Ying Wong. 9. What can digital technologies take from and bring to research in mathematics education; C. Hoyles, R. Noss. 10. Technology as a tool for teaching undergraduate mathematics; M. Thomas, D. Holton. 11. Mathematics teacher education and technology; J. Mousley, D. Lambdin, Y. Koc.
Section 3: Issues in Research in Mathematics Education. Section Editor: J. Kilpatrick.
12. Getting the description right and making it count; J. Adler, S. Lerman. 13. The impact of educational research on mathematics education; D. Wiliam. 14. Preparing mathematics education researchers for disciplined inquiry; J. Boaler, D. Ball, R. Even. 15. Mathematics teachers as researchers; C. Breen. 16. Researching mathematics education in situations of social and political conflict; R. Vithal, P. Valero. 17. Obstacles to the dissemination of mathematics education research; A. Begg.
Section 4: Professional Practice in Mathematics Education. Section Editor: K. Clements.
18. Challenging and changing mathematics teaching classroom practices; D. Tirosh, A. Graeber. 19. Towards a didactic model for assessment design in mathematics education; M. van den Heuvel-Panhuizen, J. Becker. 20. Values in mathematics teaching - The hidden persuaders? A. Bishop, Wee Tiong Seah, Chien Chin. 21. Regulating the entry of teachers of mathematics into the profession: Challenges, new models, and glimpses into the future; M. Stephens. 22. Examining the mathematics in mathematics teacher education; T. Cooney, H. Wiegel. 23. Educating new mathematics teachers: Integrating theory and practice, and the roles of practising teachers; B. Jaworski, U. Gellert. 24. Professional development in mathematics education: Trends and tasks; O. Zaslavsky, O. Chapman, R. Leikin.
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