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Vol. 18, No. 3 Science and Math: Equity, Access, and Democracy

August 10, 2009

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August 2009


Nancy G. Nagel and Johanna Neuschwander

Bob Moses: Civil Rights Leader, Math Educator, Social Activist [Download the PDF]

Embracing the Inherent Tensions in Teaching Mathematics From an Equity Stance
Rochelle Gutiérrez

Science Inquiry, Academic Language, and Civic Engagement
Cory A. Buxton

Perspectives on Equity and Access in Mathematics and Science for a 21st-Century Democracy: Re-visioning Our Gaze
Brian A. Williams and Shonda Lemons-Smith

Supporting English Language Learners’ Development of Mathematical Literacy
Sarah A. Roberts

Social Justice Through Quantitative Literacy: A Course Connecting Numeracy, Engaged Citizenship, and a Just Society
Rob Root

Participatory and Dialogue Democracy in U.S. Mathematics Classrooms
Shiuli Mukhopadhyay

Giving Peace a Voice: A Report from Windsor Castle
Colin Hannaford

Teacher Files
The Nature of Science Education
Margaret M. Connors and Bill Perkins

Democracy From Mathematics: Co-Learning Through Critical Study of Explanatory Texts
Jerome Ravetz

Engaging Preservice Teachers in Mathematics: Social Analysis in the Mathematics Classroom
Jean M. Mistele and Laura J. Spielman

Building Benches and Learning Math Standards on Zia Pueblo
Anthony M. Rodriguez

Book Reviews
What’s Math Got to Do With It?
By Jo Boaler
Reviewed by Anita Balasubramanian

The Global Achievement Gap
By Tony Wagner
Reviewed by David Amsden

Making Science Curriculum Matter
Edited by Barbara Brauner Berns and Judith Opert Sandler
Reviewed by Edna Tan

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