Math anxiety is prevalent among K–12 and even college students in the United States. This session examined what we know about math anxieties, how it can interfere with learning, and how it may intersect with racial and gender biases. Researchers and practitioners considered the role of home and classroom environments in triggering or mitigating students’ anxiety and how instruction can be designed in ways that foster not just math learning but, ultimately, mathematical well-being.
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