### Robert Reys, Robert Glasgow, Dawn Teuscher, and Nevels Nevels

The authors surveyed mathematics education doctoral programs regarding program structure, students, and faculty. They report here what they found.

(pp. 1283)

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### Charles Weibel

Desargues' Theorem in classical projective geometry asserts that two triangles are perspective from a point if and only if they are perspective from a line. Projective planes, axiomatically, are sets of points with designated subsets called lines, such that certain incidence relations obtain. They are non-Desarguesian if Desargues' Theorem does not hold. The author reviews the rich geometric, combinatoric, and algebraic theory of these planes.

(pp. 1294)

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