There are a slew of excellent unit-based middle-grades
mathematics curricula that became available during the period 1995-1998.
Many of them arise from NSF-funded efforts in curriculum development,
and are Really Well Thought Out.
We'd like United We Solve
to be as friendly as possible to users of these exciting new curricula.
To that end, we are publishing here and in the book a list of units
in the curricula and how they match up with clusters of problems
in the book. Of course, the real test is how it plays in the classoom.
So if you are using one of these curricula, and try problems from
As of this writing, we haven't found Web pages describing
all of these curricula (so you can't look at what they have to say
for themselves) but we'll add links as we find them.
For more information and to submit additions and corrections,