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1. Connecting Community, Critical, and Classical Knowledge in Teaching Mathematics for Social Justice (internal link)
Abstract: In this article, Gutstein describes conceptually, and gives an example of, an aspect of teaching mathematics for Social Justice - teachers' attempts to connect three forms of knowledge: community, critical, and classical.
Category: Geometry, Data, Ratios, Rates, Percents

2. Home Buying While Brown or Black (external link)
Abstract: An article about exploring the issue of racism in home-buying and discrimination in lending practices to homeowners of color.
Category: Rates, ratios

3. Mortgage Loans-Is Racism a Factor? (external link)
Abstract: This lesson explores the issue of racism in mortgage loans, and uses data from Chicago to help students seek an answer to this question.
Category: Data, Ratios, Graphing

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The "Guide for Integrating Issues of Social and Economic Justice into Mathematics Classrooms and Curriculum" has been updated. Download.

K. Wayne Yang
2007 Panelist
Assistant Professor of Ethnic Studies
East Oakland Community High School