Kyndall Brown holds a bachelor’s degree in mathematics, master’s degrees in computer-based education and mathematics education, and a Ph.D in Education and has over 35 years of experience in math education. He has been a professional development provider for schools and districts in Los Angeles County for over 25 years and previously served as a secondary mathematics teacher for 13 years. Kyndall is currently the executive director of the California Mathematics Project. In addition to presenting at local, state, and national conferences on mathematics education, Kyndall also writes articles for mathematics education publications. His research focuses on the impact of culture and identity on the ways that African-American males learn mathematics. He is the co-author of the book Choosing To See: A Framework For Equity In The Math Classroom.
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