Date & Time: Thursday, October 05 at 2 pm ET
Providing all students with equitable access to mathematics education can break cycles of generational inequality, ignite their sense of belonging, and foster a brighter, more inclusive future for all students, even beyond academics.
In this 20-minute DA Ed Talk, the Coordinator of Educational Technology from the Birmingham City Schools in Alabama will outline some actionable strategies and insights for leveling the playing field in mathematics education in any school district through engagement, motivation, and support.
Topics will include:
- How the impact of math equity goes beyond academic achievement
- The existing barriers to equity within math education and the importance of dismantling them
- The transformative potential of achieving more equitable math education
- How math equity can impact students’ confidence, curiosity, and problem-solving skills
Dr. Kimberly Clark Moss, Coordinator of Educational Technology, Birmingham City Schools (Ala.)
Contact: [email protected]
LinkedIn: Dr. Kimberly Clark Moss