Serbian mathematics education periodicals for the New Millennium

  title={Serbian mathematics education periodicals for the New Millennium},
  author={Snezana Lawrence},
  journal={ZDM – Mathematics Education},
  • S. Lawrence
  • Published 27 August 2021
  • Education
  • ZDM – Mathematics Education
Mathematics education in Serbia in the New Millennium has drawn on various traditions—Yugoslavian and post-Yugoslavian—and there has also been an acute awareness of the historical roots of mathematics education in Serbia before the founding of Yugoslavia in the twentieth century. In this paper I report on a comparative study of its two main journals in mathematics education since the break-up of Yugoslavia at the beginning of the new millennium. From this analysis, the focus of mathematics… 
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