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CPMPCommittee for Proprietary Medicinal Products
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CPMPCarrier Performance Measurement Plan
CPMPCore-Plus Mathematics Project
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CPMPComprehensive Preventive Maintenance Program (various organizations)
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CPMPCrew Procedures Management Plan (NASA)
CPMPCanadian Project Management Professional
CPMPCorporate Project Management Procedure (UK)
CPMPCentre for Progress of Manipuri People (India)
CPMPCorporate Planning and Management Practices
CPMPClozapine Patient Management Protocol
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The Core-Plus Mathematics Project gives college- and employment-bound students three years of broadly useful mathematics and various options to pursue in their senior year.
Accommodating such diversity within a three-year common core curriculum of broadly useful mathematics for all high school students is a primary goal of the Core-Plus Mathematics Project (CPMP).
Over the past several years, Wayne Bishop has produced a steady stream of angry criticism aimed at standards-based reform initiatives in school mathematics, especially the Core-Plus Mathematics Project (CPMP), in which we are principal investigators.
The Core-Plus Mathematics Project (CPMP) is one of several National Science Foundation-supported efforts to design, prepare, evaluate, and disseminate curricular options for a Standards-based high school mathematics program.
Early studies on the impact of these curricula have consistently demonstrated that students using these curricula perform as well as control groups on traditional measures of mathematics achievement and significantly outperform students on measures of problem solving and reasoning.5 (A progress report on one of them, the Core-Plus Mathematics Project, appears on page 444 of this Kappan.)