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A project of Community Partners, Just Equations partners with research institutes, equity advocates, educators, and other experts to advance educational equity across the high school-to-college pipeline. Our funders sustain our work and deepen our roots.

Advisors
Julia Aguirre
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University of Washington, Tacoma School of Education
Robert Q. Berry, III
College of Education
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University of Arizona
David Bressoud
Mathematics, Statistics, and Computer Science
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Macalester College
Kyndall Brown
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University of California, Los Angeles California Mathematics Project
Phil Daro
Common Core State Standards for Mathematics
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David Hawkins
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National Assoc. for College Admission Counseling
Erica Heinzman
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Education Studies; University of California, San Diego
Hal Huntsman
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Antelope Valley College
Suyen Machado
Introduction to Data Science (IDS) Project
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UCLA, Center X
Ravin Pan
Teacher Credential Program
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California State University, Sacramento
Maxine Roberts
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Education Commission of the States
Olga Rodriguez
Higher Education Center
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Public Policy Institute of California
Kimberly Samaniego
Mathematics Diagnostic Testing Project
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University of California, San Diego
Kimberly Seashore
Mathematics
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San Francisco State University
Myra Snell
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California Acceleration Project
Katherine Stevenson
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California State University, Northridge
Vincent Stewart
Policy and Programs
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Children Now
Uri Treisman
Charles A. Dana Center
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University of Texas at Austin
Andrea Venezia
College and Career Pathways Program
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SRI International
José Luis Vilson
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EduColor
Denise Walston
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Council of the Great City Schools

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Intro to Just Equations

Reconceptualizing math education

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Our Work

Supporting equitable college opportunity

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Our People

Focusing on students, elevating equity

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