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Routledge announces publishing partnership with the Research Council on Mathematics Learning


21st June 2016

Taylor & Francis Group and the Research Council on Mathematics Learning (RCML) are pleased to announce a new publishing partnership. Beginning with the 2017 Volume, Taylor & Francis will publish and distribute RCML’s highly regarded journal, Investigations in Mathematics Learning, under the Routledge imprint. In a statement released by the Council this week, RCML stated “it is excited to partner with Taylor & Francis for the publication of our mathematics education research journal, Investigations in Mathematics Learning. As a community that has been publishing research journals since the 1970’s, we look forward to this new era of publication with Taylor & Francis.”

The Research Council on Mathematics Learning is a professional community of researchers interested in mathematics education who value collaboration and interdisciplinary research efforts. A key focus of this research is to understand and/or influence factors that affect mathematics learning. RCML focuses on promoting research-based advancements in PK-20 mathematics learning and PK-16 teacher preparation and professional development. Target audiences include mathematics education faculty, mathematics faculty, and PK-12 school leaders. To learn more about the Council, please visit www.rcml-math.org

Investigations in Mathematics Learning is published four times per year and seeks to stimulate, generate, coordinate, and disseminate research efforts designed to understand and/or influence factors that affect mathematics learning. Manuscripts from an inter-disciplinary perspective are also valued.

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* Read the full article online:http://www.rcml-math.org/investigations