During this Coffee and Conversations, Rachel Ruffalo and Dr. Kristopher Childs had a conversation about what it looks like to dismantle racism in Mathematics education at a systemic level. The event highlights A Pathway for Equitable Math Instruction which provides resources and guidance for supporting Black, LatinX, and Multilingual students to thrive in grades 6-8. Together they discussed the Math Equity Toolkits’ strides for individual and collective movement towards anti-racist education. Wherever you are in your journey, you can learn from this thoughtful dialogue that challenges norms that have led to inequitable experiences for students across the country.
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