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Mathematics Education

We believe all young people should be able to decide their own futures. The opportunities young people have for STEM learning are critical to their futures. We develop innovative projects that seek to deliver on this goal, and closely study these initiatives to develop knowledge about how to broaden participation in STEM.

At the Institute for Science + Math Education:

  • We create and maintain deep, mutually beneficial collaborations between STEM educators, STEM disciplinary experts, learning scientists, and community organizations
  • We build educational practice upon the strongest research-based consensus accounts of STEM learning and teaching as they occur, within and across formal and informal environments
  • We challenge ourselves, our partners, and the STEM education communities to transcend long-standing patterns of inequity in STEM learning
  • B. Shaska
  • J. Mandili
  • T. Shaska