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Teacher professional development and pedagogical content knowledge are known to be crucial factors for systems seeking to improve the quality of teaching and learning. Traditionally, pedagogical approaches have been separated from curriculum standards and other policy documents; many education systems publish lists of mathematical content and skill...

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