The Educational Equity Equation Conversation Series

The Educational Equity Equation Conversation Series, Session I:

Why Math and Racial Justice Actually Add Up, featuring José Luis Vilson, NBCT and Colin Seale

Civil Rights legend and revolutionary math educator Robert Moses has long championed math literacy as a key lever for social change. But as pandemics of racial justice and COVID-19 have converged, math educators who want to make equity actionable often struggle to figure out how to meaningfully integrate real-life themes that lead students to a broader notion of academic success. Join José Luis Vilson, NYC math teacher, Founder and Executive Director of Educolor, and Author of This is Not a Test: A New Narrative for Race, Class, and Education and Colin Seale, a former math educator, Founder and CEO of thinkLaw, and author of Thinking Like a Lawyer: A Framework for Teaching Critical Thinking to All Students for this powerful, but practical discussion detailing the learning case for integrating racial justice into math content.

Join us on Thursday July 16 at 5 pm PST/8 pm EST

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  • Emily Mistretta / Reply

    Very interested in making education more equitable for all students especially in the identification process.

  • Marcus Wells / Reply

    Will the webinar be available to view after the live stream in case we can’t make it to the live stream?

    • / Reply

      Hi Marcus! We’re thrilled you stopped by! Yes, if you registered for the event you will receive a link to the replay of the conversation (but I’ll go ahead and add your email now, just to be sure).

  • Hello! I just learned about Think Law from a dear friend in education. Will there be a replay of today’s event that I just missed? So inspiring!

    • / Reply

      Hi Dara! Thanks for stopping by! If it’s not already there, we’ll be sure to add your name to the registration list so you can receive the replay link.

  • Dara Ackerman / Reply

    Wonderful. Thanks so much, Layne!

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