This issue’s cover and those of future issues will honor past and current contributors to the Teachers College Program in Mathematics. Photographs are drawn from the Teachers College archives and personal collections.
This issue honors Dr. Alexander P. Karp, an Associate Professor in the Program in Mathematics at Teachers College. A native of St. Petersburg, Russia who is the author of more than one hundred publications including textbooks used throughout Russia, Professor Karp represents Teachers College at meetings and conferences throughout the world as well as through his role as managing editor of the International Journal for the History of Mathematic Education.
Former Teachers College Professor and Mathematics Education Chair, Howard Franklin Fehr, was among the most influential mathematics educators of his era. Through his many international contacts, he was the organizer of conferences, projects, and publications including the Congresses of Mathematics Education, a seminal conference on Needed Research in the field, and curriculum initiatives including the Secondary School Mathematics Curriculum Improvement