Welcome to the Social Justice Math Study Group! This is the online home of our community of practice. Check in to find out about sessions, resources, and discussions as we explore what it means to be a Social Justice Math Educator.

For more information, contact Celine Liu, Program Manager, Mathematics: cliu_at_acoe.org.

To see other Core Learning Math Resources, go to our main page.

2018-19 session information below
Past Participant testimonials 
"This was an amazing experience! A safe, trust filled space where we could all grow as educators. I was able to put to practice Social Justice Mathematics learning in the moment with the teachers and students I collaborated with. Inspiration!"
"It changed the entire way I teach math. It made me get more in line with what I learned in grad school...that I let go because I was dealing with classroom management."

"I learned about implicit biases and the importance of viewing through a social justice lens."

"Actual hands on math problems [on social justice issues related to wealth distribution] today with Stanford presenter was incredible and FUN."

    "I learned that the discipline of mathematics is NOT void of bias, cultural relevance, and opportunities to break down barriers.”

    "...my primary takeaway was the practice of asking [...] the ways in which I include equity for "sub-populations" in my lessons, and the way that Maths are a lane changer - fast or slow. And how far students go in Math helps determine the options and availability of choices for them."