All individuals need quantitative reasoning skills—to succeed in college, career, and life. And all students, regardless of race or gender, deserve a chance to develop the math skills needed for STEM majors and careers. Leading math and STEM professionals discussed the historical policies and practices that have contributed to inequitable access to STEM fields and how to ensure that high school and college math education can serve as an on-ramp for more students, particularly those who have historically been excluded from STEM.
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