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These Frameworks, which are based upon the goals set forth in the Massachusetts Common Core of Learning, present a vision for the reform of science, technology and mathematics in the Commonwealth schools. When policies work from a thin equity perspective, the assumption is that school factors, particularly teachers, are the major source of educational inequality and that access to good teachers is the solution to the equity problem. My perspective [of mathematics] has definitely changed.

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