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This review evaluates the role of language in explaining the relatively superior performance of Chinese and other East Asian students in cross-national studies of mathematics achievement. The review (a) provides equivocal findings about the extent to which number words in the Chinese language afford benefits for mathematics learning; and (b) indicates that cultural and contextual factors are gaining prominence in accounting for the superior performance of East Asian students in cross-national studies.
Updated: Nov. 02, 2010