Foregrounding equity in mathematics teacher education
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in many parts of the world the link between social class and educational attainment is a key and central concern for educators, researchers and policymakers. Within the wider educational and sociological literature as well as within policy discourses there is an interest in the social context of learning and a recognition that we cannot be socially just merely by assuming everyone be treated equally. There is a further …recognition that somehow schooling exacerbates social...
KeywordsMathematics Teacher Prospective Teacher English Language Learner Mathematics Teacher Educator Relevant Pedagogy
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