When the antidote is the poison: Current research on social justice and mathematics education
Does trying to achieve equity, diversity, and inclusion (DEI) in mathematics education work against broader social justice efforts? This presentation will explore recent trends in research on DEI and social justice in mathematics education and discuss the role teachers play in resisting (or perpetuating) systems of oppression. This session would benefit any student in thinking about the intersection of education and social justice, especially those involved in STEM, education, or social justice work.
Event Format: On Demand
Presenter Name: José Gutiérrez
- Social Justice & Ethics in Research