In this post I answer 5 key questions: 1. What was the initial process of forming the Antiracist Algebra Coalition like? 2. How did my ideas become reality? 3. Did you receive support from any of your colleagues or the university? 4. What sparked your interest in starting “The Antiracist Algebra Coalition”? 5. What areContinue reading “The Antiracist Algebra Coalition.”
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Who gets into algebra in 8th grade? In a racially diverse school, why are children of color under-represented in 8th grade algebra?
In this sketchnote I reflect on a teaching experience and how my actions were rooted in dysconscious racism (King, 1991).