Equity Framework for Dialogue and Action
A Trajectory to Empowering, Engaging, Excellent Secondary Mathematics Instruction
What’s new? A set of math activities and resources for County office specialists providing support to districts with their secondary math instruction.
How and why is this useful? In response to the pandemic, the team reviewed their own beliefs and practices and created a protocol and set of reflective questions to enable stakeholders to build their knowledge of and a vision for high school mathematics and engage in conversations around equitable outcomes for students of secondary mathematics.
What was a unique aspect of this project development? Guiding questions meet districts where they are with respect to equitable outcomes, helping users to: build awareness and acknowledgement of current issues, take action, and consider accountability. The work has been vital in supporting learning and growth together as a statewide secondary math community, and will be used to inform ongoing conversations about equitable pathways, course access and student success in mathematics.
Do you want to know more? To find out more about these activities, click here or contact Melanie Janzen (email@example.com) at the San Bernardino County Office of Education.