AIR Report – Informing Grades 1-6 Mathematics Standards Development: What Can Be Learned From High-Performing Hong Kong, Korea, and Singapore:

American Educator Winter 2009-2010 edition: Beyond Singapore’s Mathematics Textbooks: Focused and Flexible Supports for Teaching and Learning:

AIR Report – What the United States Can Learn From Singapore’s World-Class Mathematics System (and what Singapore can learn from the United States): An Exploratory Study:

Results of the 2007 Trends in Math And Science Study:

The Effect of Singapore Mathematics on Student Proficiency in a Massachusetts School District: a Longitudinal Statistical Examination (Report by the Gabriella and Paul Rosenbaum Foundation):

EDinformatics comparison between NCTM Focal Points and Singapore Math Syllabus through grade 8:

Middle School Mathematics Comparisons: Singapore Mathematics, Connected Mathematics Program, and Mathematics in Context by the department of applied mathematics at the University of Washington, November 2, 2000

Centre for Research in Pedagogy and PracticeCurrent mathematics research

The Centre for Research in Pedagogy and Practice is the largest educational research centre in the Asia Pacific.

The Centre brings together researchers, educators and administrators to research, develop and implement new and innovative ways of teaching and learning. The Centre’s research will provide the basis for educational policy and decision making in Singapore, to help our schools and students address the complex challenges of new economies, cultures and technologies.

The Think Things Through Project – Conference papers and powerpoints regarding Singapore Math research and pedagogy

What’s Sophisticated about Elementary Mathematics?: Plenty—That’s Why Elementary Schools Need Math Teachers American Educator Fall 2009 edition.

How Smart is your Country? – CBC News interactive tool

National Math Panel Report – March 13, 2008