March 1, 2022
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Conference Session

Student Voices: Math-ing While Black

Listening to students is at the heart of educational transformation. Much research has been devoted to the trajectories of Black students in mathematics, to shed light on the causes of and solutions to racial inequities in math education. This session will focus on listening to students, two undergraduates will speak with a veteran math educator and activist about what has facilitated their math journeys from grade school through college STEM courses.

This session is co-sponsored by the Benjamin Banneker Association and EduColor

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