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When both developed and developing nations are receptive to adopting a foreign or an alien math curriculum, or part of it, because of its rich or creative content—when they recognize that there is much to gain and no political agenda in embracing it.
Singapore, an island-state that has punched above its academic or economic weight, is using math as propaganda to endear itself to both rich and poor nations—its top ranking in international comparative studies like PISA and TIMSS adds weight to its mathematical credential.
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by MathPlus July 16, 2018
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