Clue: Educational innovation of the 1960's
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- Teaching method satirized in a Tom Lehrer song
- It was based on set theory
- Set of teaching practices introduced in the 1960s
- '60s elementary-school innovation
- Failed school curriculum that was the subject of the 1973 book "Why Johnny Can't Add"
- Parent-puzzling arithmetic
- Set theory, etc.
- 1960s teaching focus
- Teaching method based on set theory
- Number theory and abstract algebra, e.g.
Last Seen In:
- New York Times - January 12, 2004
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