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buy provigil online pharmacy Social Justice Mathematics and Science Curricular Resources for K-12

The following resources may help educators, teachers, researchers, master, and PhD students to develop some perspective towards the concept of social justice and its reflection on education. However, one should keep in mind that most of the following resources and curriculum materials draw on liberal and neoliberal ideology politics. There is a few that is inspired by Anti-Capitalist, Anti-Imperialist and Anti-Fascist and Marxist perspective.  Neoliberalism has dominated the world over the last forty some years and caused so many injustices in education world. Those who think that the injustice created by neoliberalism can possibly be solved by the same neoliberalism should give one more thought and look for something above and beyond identity politics.

Social Justice Mathematics and Science Online Resources

Racial Justice in Early Math | Erikson Institute Early Math Collaborative 

Modern Day Redlining and related article [Thank you Julie Roos]

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Science: A Reading List by Priya Shukla [Thank you Dave Gorski]

Black History Month and Mathematics
A Pathway to Equitable Math Instruction | Dismantling Racism in Mathematics Instruction | Exercises for educators to reflect on their own biases to transform instructional practice

Water Quality Investigation in Pittsburgh by Dr. Kokka  

NYT Teach Inequality with these 28 NYT Graphs (thank you Isabel Crain) 

NYT What’s going on in this graph?
Over 60 NYT Graphs for students to analyze 

YouCubed Data Science Lessons [Thank you Mandy Decker]

Dr. Robert Berry’s Social Justice Mathematics Resource Padlet 

The Underrepresentation Curriculum 
American Statistical Association Resources for K-12 educators
Electoral College social justice math lesson by Charles Snyder

Algebra 2 units from @benjamindickman as informed by (e.g.) the Teaching Tolerance Social Justice Standards:–mq_8L0/edit

OpenSciEd COVID Health Equity Units
UCLA Ethnic Studies Math and Science Resources
NCTM Social Justice and Equity Resources
Syllabus: A History of Anti-Black Racism in Medicine

Nepantla Teachers Community Cohorts
Black Lives Matter at School [Curated by Chris Rogers. Click on lesson plans. There are math and science lessons here. I have some here, but I need /would love to improve them.]

Creating Balance in an Unjust World Conference on STEAMM Education and Social Justice curricular resources

Antiracist Mathematics Education Resource List 

Social Justice Math lessons from Frances Harper’s site

Algebra for Equity and Justice by Dr. Nathan Alexander
Radical Math 

Data for Black Lives

Math and Social Justice: A Collaborative MTBoS Site 

The Underrepresentation Curriculum Project [Thank you @danny_doucette]
Algebra Project

Young People’s Project

Access, Agency, and Allies in Mathematical Systems Antiracist Tool

Teachers Empowered to Advance Change in Mathematics (Teach Math)
Mathematical Modeling with Cultural and Community Contexts
Pi Before Dinner Resources for Teachers and Parents [Thank you Drs. Lou Matthews and Natalie Holliman]

Inspire Math Changing the Face of Mathematics [Thank you Dr. Lou Matthews]
Science Educators for Equity Diversity and Social Justice [Thank you Dr. Sarah Tolbert and Renée Agatsuma]

Bioneers Revolution from the Heart of Nature
Investigating Environmental Racism in the High School Biology Classroom NSTA [Thank you Dr. Andy Weatherhead]

Teaching STEM In Ways that Respect and Build Upon Indigenous Peoples’ Rights [Thank you Dr. Andy Weatherhead]

TODOS webinars and podcasts
Science Educators for Equity Diversity and Social Justice
Teaching, Learning, and Loving Mathematics blog by Dr. Maria Zavala

Woke Math Ethnic Studies Math blog by Shraddha Shirude
Liberatory Design Cards

STEM to the Future
Math Anywhere 

Mathematical Modeling with Cultural and Community  Contexts
Ethnomathematics Lessons

Ethnomathematics: Mathematics de TODOS
School Diversity 6th grade math lesson by Kevin Nguyen
Civic Laboratory for Environmental Action Research (CLEAR) is a feminist, anti-colonial, marine science laboratory. They have projects on plastic pollution and wild food as well as methodological projects. [Thank you Dr. Nicole Fletcher]

National Alliance for Partnerships in Equity STEM equity page,completion%20of%20students%20in%20STEM [Thank you Dr. Nicole Fletcher]
Benjamin Dickman recently posted a preprint of an article he recently submitted on his social justice algebra 2 work. The article can be found here:’s_in_a_name_Absolute_Value_Algebraic_Identity [Thank you Dr. Nicole Fletcher]

Science Education Partnership Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center [Thank you Renée Agatsuma]

Culturally Responsive Education STEM High School Toolkit [Thank you Dr. Glenn Waddell]

Social Justice Education Resources
Harvard Graduate School of Eductaion (HGSE) Solidarity Collective for Black Lives Action Committee email Parastoo Massoumi for the Google Spreadsheet of Black, Anti-racist, & Critical Scholarship Recommendations 

UCLA Ethnic Studies Teacher Resources
So You’re Thinking About Becoming an Abolitionist by Miriame Kaba

Abolitionist Teaching Network
If You’re New to Abolition: Study Group Guide
Teachers 4 Social Justice Virtual Resources Fair

Center for Urban Education University of Pittsburgh
4 I’s of Oppression Resources by UCLA Teacher Education Program Ethnic Studies Pathway

Antiracist Teaching Resources curated by Dr. Edwin Mayorga
Education and Criminalization Do #Black Lives Matter in Schools compiled by Dr. Subini Annamma
People’s Ed LA Teaching Resources

Resources for Supporting Black Lives Matter and Being an Antiracist. There is no in between periodt. 

Curated by Dr. Tia Madkins @ProfTiaMadkins

Six Elements of Social Justice Pedagogy by Dr. Bree Picower 

Teaching Tolerance

Civil Rights Teaching

Rethinking Schools 

Teaching for Change

Social Justice Books

Zinn Education Project

Facing History
Equity Literacy Institute [Thank you @ZingerLearns]
Leading Equity Center [Thank you @ZingerLearns]

Southern Poverty Law Center [Thank you Laura McCracken]
Culturally Responsive Teaching and the Brain with Zaretta Hammond
Podcast Episodes Related to Education curated by Dr. Molade Osibodu
Critical Resistance

Educating for Black Lives Routledge
Becoming an anti-racist educator Wheaton College

Racial Equity Tools

Dismantling Racism Works 

Being Antiracist Smithsonian 

Pledge to Act 
A Guide to Equity and Antiracism for Educators by Hedreich Nichols Edutopia 

Sylvia Duckworth’s infographics re: CRT and more
The Scholar Strike youtube page has a lot of great videos. Most are not directly related to STEM but there are a couple that are:

[Thank you Dr. Nicole Fletcher]

Grassroots Teacher Activist Organizations and Conferences

Creating Balance in an Unjust World Conference on STEAMM Education and Social Justice @cbuwconference 

Radical STEMM Educators of the Bay Area @RadicalSTEMMEd

Abolition Science Radio @abolition_sci

New York Collective of Radical Educators NYCoRE  @NYCoRE3000 

People’s Education Movement Bay Area IG: @peoplesbayarea

People’s Education Movement LA @peoples_ed

Nepantla Teachers Community

Washington State Ethnic Studies Now
Education for Liberation Network
Free Minds Free People

Teachers 4 Social Justice Bay Area

Teachers for Social Justice Chicago

Abolitionist Teaching Network
National Network of Teacher Activist Groups

Black Teacher Project
Northwest Conference on Teaching for Social Justice ​​ [thank you Renée Agatsuma]

Scholar Organizer Collectives
Critical Educators for Social Justice SIG
CARE-ED in California: 

CReATE in Chicago: 

HSESJ in Hawai’i: 

EDJE, the nationwide deans network:
Kevin Kumashiro’s work
Just Mathematics Collective 


Dr. Bulent Avci, Critical Mathematics Education – Can Democratic Mathematics Education Survive under Neoliberal Regime? | Brill

Rehumanizing mathematics for Black, Indigenous, and Latinx students edited by Drs. Imani Goffney, Rochelle Gutiérrez

A People’s Curriculum for the Earth: Teaching Climate Change and the Environmental Crisis

Teaching for Black Lives

Rethinking Mathematics

High School Mathematics and Science Lessons to Explore, Understand, and Respond to Social Injustice

by Drs. Robert Q. Berry III, Basil M. Conway IV, Brian R. Lawler and John W. Staley

Radical Equations by Bob Moses and Charles Cobb

Impact of Identity in K-8 Mathematics: Rethinking Equity Based Practices by Drs. Julia Aguirre, Karen Mayfield-Ingram, and Danny Martin–Rethinking–Equity-Based-Practices/

Science in the City by Dr. Bryan Brown

Rethinking Ethnic Studies

Race After Technology Abolitionist Tools for The New Jim Code by Dr. Ruha Benjamin

Captivating Technology Race, Carceral Technoscience, and Liberatory Imagination in Everyday Life edited by Dr. Ruha Benjamin
Peoples Science by Dr. Ruha Benjamin
Teaching Mathematics for Social Justice Conversations with Educators Edited by Drs. Anita A. Wager and David W. Stinson
We Want To Do More Than Survive by Dr. Bettina Love
Beyond Banneker: Black Mathematicians and the Paths to Excellence [thank you Dr. Jamylle Carter]

Martin, D.B. (Ed.) (2009). Mathematics teaching, learning, and liberation in the lives of Black children.
         London: Routledge. [thank you Dr. Jamylle Carter]
Teaching Science for Social Justice by Angela Calabrese Barton [thank you Dr. Rabiah Harris]
STEM Rich Maker Learning: Designing for Equity with Youth of Color by Drs. Angela Calabrese Barton and
Edna Tan

Mathematics for Social Justice: Resources for the College Classroom Edited by Drs. Gizem Karaali and Lily S.
[thank you Dr. Gizem Karaali and Dr. Lily Khadjavi]

Reflecting the World: A Guide to Incorporating Equity in Mathematics Teacher Education by Felton-Koestler, Simic-Muller, & Menéndez [thank you Dr. Matt Felton-Koestler]
Reading and Writing the World in Mathematics: Toward a Pedagogy for Social Justice by Dr. Eric (Rico) Gutstein
Bank Street Occasional Paper Series Critical Mathematical Inquiry [thank you Dr. Steven Greenstein]
Weapons of Math Destruction by Dr. Cathy O’Neill
Multiplication is for White People by Dr. Lisa Delpit

Erica Walker’s books Beyond Banneker: Black mathematicians and the paths to excellence [Thank you Dr. Nicole Fletcher]

Building Mathematics Learning Communities: Improving Outcomes in Urban High Schools [Thank you Dr. Nicole Fletcher]

Math Ed and Science Ed Literature [I do not include the critical math and science education research literature. I humbly encourage you to create your own list of the research literature!]

Pedagogical resources [I do not include these either, e.g, Complex Instruction, reform-oriented, standards based instruction, but I encourage you to look to those resources also, e.g,.,]

Mathematics and Mathematics Education Organizations
[I am not including mainstream/dominant math ed orgs here, but they do good work too.]
TODOS Mathematics for All
Benjamin Banneker Association [thank you Dr. Shelley Jones]

Lathisms Latinxs and Hispanics in Mathematics and Science[thank you Dr. Mandy Ruiz]
Mathematically Gifted and Black [thank you Dr. Mandy Ruiz]
National Association of Mathematicians [thank you Dr. Jamylle Carter]

Selected Readings and Videos

Six reasons why I want my white child to take ethnic studies by Jon Greenberg

Dr. Ibram Kendi on Democracy Now standardized testing and the eugenics movement

Eugenics movement 

Race the Power of an Illusion 

Pushout: The Criminalization of Black Girls in School  Dr. Monique Morris

Silenced Dialogue: Power and Pedagogy in Educating Other People’s Children by Dr. Lisa Delpit
Future of Healing by Dr. Shawn Ginwright

13th by Ava DeVurney  

The New Jim Crow by Michelle Alexander
James Baldwin A Talk to Teachers

Subversive Teaching to Rehumanize Mathematics by Dr. Rochelle Gutierrez

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