On March 13, 2008, the National Mathematics Advisory Panel presented its Final Report to the President of the United States and the Secretary of Education. The report can be downloaded here. The core report is a relatively brief 65 pages of text and includes a summary of the key recommendations made by the panel advisers. The website also contains the five Task Group reports which provide extensive material on each of the major topics addressed: Core Knowledge and Concepts Necessary to Succeed in Algebra, Relevant Research on Learning Processes (i.e. how students learn mathematics), Instructional Practices, Teachers and Teacher Development, and Assessment. Also available is a Fact Sheet and the draft subcommittee reports on Standards of Evidence, Instructional Materials, and the National Survey of Algebra Teachers for the National Math Panel.