http://mathematicallysane.com/links/nsfprojects.htm
Compiled from Web sites The National Science Foundation (NSF) has funded a number of curriculum projects for K-12 mathematics over the past decade, which are generally intended to promote high-quality mathematics education for all students. Note that we post these links as a service; we do not endorse or recommend any particular programs or products. Elementary Grades - Everyday
Mathematics
(http://www.everydaylearning.com/em/index.html) - Investigations
in Number, Data, and Space
(http://www.terc.edu/investigations/index/html/index.html) - Math
Trailblazers
(http://www.math.uic.edu/IMSE/MTB/mtb.html)
Middle Grades - Connected
Mathematics Program
(http://www.math.msu.edu/cmp/) - Math
Thematics
(http://www.classzone.com/maththem/) - Mathematics
in Context
(http://www.ebmic.com) - MathScape
(http://www2.edc.org/MathscapeSTM/) - Pathways
to Algebra and Geometry (Middle-school Mathematics through Applications)
(http://mmap.wested.org/pathways/)
High School - Contemporary
Mathematics in Context (Core-Plus Mathematics Program)
(http://www.wmich.edu/cpmp/) - Interactive
Mathematics Program
(http://www.mathimp.org) - Math
Connections
(http://www.mathconnections.com) - Mathematics:
Modeling Our World (Applications/Reform in Secondary Education)
(http://www.comap.com/highschool/projects/mmow/introduction.htm) - SIMSS
Integrated Mathematics
(http://www.montana.edu/wwwsimms/)
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