- Figure 1-1 Students' reported effort and motivation on the NAEP math test
- Figure 1-2 Distribution of NAEP test scores: Mathematics
- Figure 1-3 Distribution of NAEP test scores: Science
- Figure 1-4 Average achievement levels on the NAEP math test: 1992
- Figure 1-5 Percentage of 10th grade students who are proficient at complex problem solving, by 8th grade proficiency assessment and courses taken
- Figure 1-6 Percentage of 1980 high school sophomores who indicated in 1980, 1982, 1984, and 1986 whether they had plans to enter SME as their field of study
- Figure 1-7 Distribution of math SAT scores, by sex: 1992
- Figure 1-8 Distribution of SAT math scores, by race/ethnicity
- Figure 1-9 Students who scored 600 or more on the math SAT
- Figure 1-10 Mathematics scores for grade 5 students in Minneapolis, Taipei, Sendai, and Szeged: 1990
- Figure 1-11 Percent female of all teachers of math or science who teach those subjects as their main or secondary assignment: 1987-88
- Figure 1-12 Percent minority for students and teachers in grades 9-12
- Figure 1-13 Qualifications of secondary math and science teachers by school racial/ethnic composition
- Figure 1-14 Mathematics classroom activities as reported by 17-year olds
- Figure 1-15 Student reports on instructional approaches used in science class
- Figure 1-16 Percentage of students reporting using a calculator several times a week
- Figure 1-17 Average percentage correct on each type of NAEP mathematics question: 1992

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