Asset-Based Approaches to Equitable Mathematics Education Research and Practice
The Research Committee focuses on several systemic barriers that have impeded the equitable development of students’ mathematics knowledge, including school and school-system structures that foster the social reproduction of inequity. To develop an equitable context for all students to learn mathematics, the Research Committee posits that we need to change beliefs about students, about particular groups of students, about how students learn, and about grouping students.
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