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In this episode, Franchesca Warren interviews Dr. Toya Jones Frank a Professor of Mathematics Education Leadership and Secondary Education at George Mason University about the politics of mathematics and what kids really need to be successful mathematicians. In this episode, we discuss the following:
- What are the struggles of mathematics education across the grade levels?
- Is it better to departmentalize mathematics in elmentary schools?
- What do marginalized students need to be successful mathematicians?
- How do we go beyond the basic definition of equity and really help kids realize social justice in mathematics?
- and more
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