Catalyzing Change in School Mathematics: Creating the Opportunities Our Students Deserve

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  • 1 University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI
  • | 2 University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL
  • | 3 University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH

This synthesis of the key messages and recommendations from the NCTM Catalyzing Change series suggests ways to initiate needed conversations within schools and districts on removing inequitable structures and broadening the purposes of learning mathematics.

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