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Dr. John Lott R. Jr.

President

Crime Prevention Research Center

HQ Phone: (484) 802-5373

Crime Prevention Research Center

212 Lafayette Ave

Swarthmore, Pennsylvania 19081

United States

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Employment History

President

National Council of Teachers of Mathematics

Board Member and President

National Council of Teachers of Mathematics

Professor

University of Chicago

Economist

University of Chicago

Teacher

University of Chicago

Economist

Yale University

Researcher

Yale University

Professor

Yale University

Senior Research Scientist

University of Maryland

Researcher

University of Maryland

Chief Economist

U.S. Sentencing Commission

Economist

American Enterprise Institute

Research

American Enterprise Institute

Pro-gun Researcher

American Enterprise Institute

Columnist

FOX News

Commentator

FOX News

CRU Professor

FOX News

Director of the Center for Teaching Excellence

University of Montana

President

University of Montana

Professor of Mathematical Sciences

University of Montana

Education

Ph.D.
economics
UCLA

Ph.D.

UCLA

B.A.

UCLA

M.A.

UCLA

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By John R. Lott ...

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By John R. Lott Jr.

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John R. Lott is the president of the Crime Prevention Research Center and a former chief economist for the United States Sentencing Commission.


Montana Learning Center: National Advisory Board

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Johnny Lott

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Dr. Johnny W. Lott Director Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning Suite 100, Somerville Hall University, MS 38677 Phone: 662-915-1395 Office: 662-915-1391
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Dr. Johnny W. Lott is Director, Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, Professor of Education, and Professor of Mathematics at the University of Mississippi. Additionally, he is Professor Emeritus from the University of Montana, Department of Mathematical Sciences.
A Past Board member and President of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM), he received his Ph. D. from Georgia State University in 1973 in mathematics education. Lott served as Chair of the Editorial Panels for the Arithmetic Teacher, Teaching Children Mathematics, Student Math Notes, and Mathematics Education Dialogues for NCTM. He was co-director of the Systemic Initiative for Montana Mathematics and Science (SIMMS Project) and the project manager for Figure This! for NCTM.
Books which Lott has co-authored or edited include Standards and Curriculum: A View from the Nation, A Joint Report of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) and the Association of State Supervisors of Mathematics (ASSM)(2004); Navigating through Probability in Grades 9-12 (2004); and A Problem-Solving Approach to Mathematics for Elementary Teachers (2006).


Uncovering Student Thinking in Mathematics | Uncovering Student Ideas

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The Foreword is written by former NCTM President, Johnny Lott. The probes are organized in 3 categories: Number and Operations Probes; Geometry, Measurement, and Data Probes; and Algebra Probes. Click here for additional information about this book.


Boston Rally 99 Pictures

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John Lott, Ph.D. Researcher, Author University of Chicago.


Great Britain and Gun Control: With Neither Liberty nor Safety

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Recent work by professor John R. Lott Jr. at the University of Chicago has shown that allowing people to carry concealed weapons deters violent crime - without any apparent increase in accidental death or suicide.

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Professor Lott found that when concealed-carry laws went into effect in a given county, murders fell by 8 percent, rapes by 5 percent and aggravated assaults by 7 percent. For each additional year concealed-carry gun laws have been in effect, the murder rate declines by 3 percent, robberies by more than 2 percent and rape by 1 percent.(5)
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5. Lott, J.R. "More Guns Less Crime: Understanding Crime and Gun Control Laws. Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 1998.

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