From the Interpersonal to the Institutional: Investigating Sources of Inequity in Mathematics Education
Too much about schooling perpetuates, rather than reduces, social inequalities. And in terms of subject areas, mathematics may be one of the worst culprits. In this discussion, we will consider research on how inequity is produced in school mathematics at multiple levels, including through classroom interaction and through district policies, and reflect on ways we might confront those inequities. All are welcome, regardless of level of interest in mathematics.
The research discussion can be accessed virtually at http://bit.ly/BridgeRschDscn16Apr19.
Tuesday, April 16 at 11:00am to 12:00pm
Townsend Hall, 220 - The Bridge