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Quantitative Reasoning: Peer Review 16(3), 2014

By Shelly Johnson Carey

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In this issue of the journal Peer Review, the authors discuss the issues surrounding quantitative literacy. 

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Quantitative reasoning skills―the habit of mind, competency, and comfort in working with numerical data—are crucial for all students, not just math majors.  By examining this topic through multiple lenses, this issue will demonstrate why quantitative reasoning is a necessary outcome for twenty-first- century college graduates.

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  • Association of American Colleges & Universities. 2014. Peer Review 16(3), Carey, S. J. (ed.).  

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Dan Metz

Radford University

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