Universities are uniquely positioned to influence math opportunity in numerous ways: through scholarship, through admissions policies, and through preparation of the educators who will teach the math students of the future. In this deep-dive session, math education leaders from five universities will consider ways that academia may have contributed to inequitable math outcomes in the past as well as how new university research, policies, and educational programs can help benefit students historically excluded from opportunities in mathematics and STEM.
This session is co-sponsored by The Charles A. Dana Center, University of Texas-Austin.
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