From the MCTM Equity Task Force

Happy Summer! The Equity Task Force wanted to supply you with some summer reading/viewing opportunities to support your learning and growth in the area of equity.

This is Not a Test – A Book Report

I have not written a book report since I was in high school, but after reading This is Not a Test – A New Narrative on Race, Class, and Education by José Luis Vilson and listening to Vilson speak at the MCTM Spring Conference, I am inspired to write. I encourage you to read his book, this book report will not be a spoiler.

Equity Sessions at the Spring Conference

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Here are the sessions that MCTM Equity Task Force members will be presenting at MCTM this year:

MCTM Equity Task Force Resources

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The Path to Equity, webinar, and Spring Conference.

Hidden Figures

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The movie, Hidden Figures, is currently the number one movie in the country! Here are ways to include it with your math courses…

Access, Equity and Empowerment – A Report from the Affiliate Leadership Conference

The focus of this year’s conference was to frame the WHY of our organization in order to connect to the heart of our members and their work as educators.

Oct 19 MCTM Equity Task Force Webinar Book Discussion

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October 19, 2016
Webinar 3:00 – 4:00 pm
Book: Blindspot

MCTM Equity Task Force Webinar Book Discussion

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Hosted by : Barb Everhart and Lesa Clarkson
Summer Reading: Blink, by Malcolm Gladwell
WebEx Discussion: Friday, August 5, noon – 1:00 pm

equiTABLE Talk

Equity in mathematics education in Minnesota is moving beyond rhetoric. We will meeting around the table to have conversations to fuel the movement.

#MCTMequity – A Call To Action

As I enter my second and last year as MCTM’s President, I feel drawn to come before you as a white woman who has worked in a large urban school district for 25 years to say I have a lot to learn.