Erica Heinzman is a Lecturer and Supervisor at the University of California, San Diego. She teaches in the secondary credential and a master of education program and supervises the mathematics credential candidates in their placements. Her research and advocacy interests focus on high school mathematics pathways and non-traditional high school mathematics courses such as Data Science and Discrete Mathematics. Prior to joining the faculty at UC San Diego, she was a former high school mathematics and AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) teacher and served in a variety of leadership roles at the school site.
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