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Exhibit R3.1 Teachers' Confidence in Their Preparation to Teach Mathematics Topics Exhibit R3.2 Shortages of Teachers Qualified to Teach Mathematics Affecting Capacity to Provide Instruction Exhibit R3.3 Percentage of Students Whose Mahtematics Teachers Agree or Strongly Agree with Statements About the Nature of Mathematics and Mathematics Teaching Exhibit R3.4 Percentage of Students Whose Mathematics Teachers Think Particular Abilities Are Very Important for Students' Success in Mathematics in School Exhibit R3.5 How Teachers Spend Their Formally Scheduled School Time Exhibit R3.6 Average Number of Instructional Days in the School Year Exhibit R3.7 Asking students to Do ProblemSolving Activities or Computation During Mathematics Lessons Exhibit R3.8 Students Using Things from Everyday Life in Solving Mathematics Problems Exhibit R3.9 Students' Reports on Frequency of Calculator Use in Mathematics Class Exhibit R3.10 Ways in Which Calculators Are Used Exhibit R3.11 Amount of Mathematics Homework Exhibit R3.12 Assigning Mathematics Homework Based on Projects and Investigations Exhibit R3.13 Frequency of Having a Quiz or Test in Mathematics Classs

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