Mapping Equity and Quality in Mathematics Education by Anna Chronaki (auth.), Bill Atweh, Mellony Graven, Walter
By Anna Chronaki (auth.), Bill Atweh, Mellony Graven, Walter Secada, Paola Valero (eds.)
The problems with fairness and caliber were relevant to foreign debates on arithmetic in learn, coverage, curriculum and educating. This booklet covers a large choice of themes within the learn and perform of arithmetic schooling, demonstrating how fairness and caliber are inherently political phrases whose political bedrock is obscured via them being taken with no consideration.
Mapping fairness and caliber in arithmetic Education is damaged into 4 elements. part 1 addresses the constructs of fairness and caliber from a number of theoretical views and descriptions new instructions to technique the query, “What are fairness and quality?” part 2 discusses the complexities during which the discourses of fairness and caliber stream in consistent building and recontextualisation from societal tendencies to the structure of subjectivities, passing via coverage, the media and pedagogy. part three covers insights and implications from study at the certain wishes of other “equity groups,” illuminating the way a “one-size-fits-all” process has a tendency to restrict caliber schooling to simply dominant teams. And part four includes classes discovered by means of researchers and practitioners who tried to regulate fairness and caliber inside of a variety of academic contexts and with numerous marginalized populations.
Written by way of academics, researchers and teachers from around the globe, this publication represents a robust reaction to the foreign demand caliber schooling of all scholars in arithmetic round the globe.