Achieving educational equity requires changing the architecture of opportunity so that math classes, tests, and requirements don’t stop students in their educational tracks. And a social justice lens is key to redesigning math education in ways that benefit all students, especially students of color and others who are marginalized in the education system.
Just Equations’ third annual Mathematics of Opportunity conference brought this perspective to analyze how education systems, colleges, schools, and teachers are implementing math pathways that enhance deeper learning and advance equitable outcomes.
February 2, 2021
10:30am PT / 1:30pm ET — 2pm PT / 5pm ET
February 3, 2021
11am PT / 2pm ET — 2pm PT / 5pm ET
February 4, 2021
11am PT / 2pm ET — 2:30pm PT / 5:30pm ET
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