TODOS Virtual Leadership Institute 2024

Explore Avenues of Action for Antiracist Mathematics Education!

Tuesday-Wednesday, June 4-5, 2024

9:00 A.M. – 12:30 P.M. PT

12:00 P.M. – 3:30 P.M. ET

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2024 TODOS Board Election Results

Election voting was online only and held from February 1 through March 1, 2024. Congratulations to the newly elected TODOS Board Members:

Trevor Warburton, Vice President, 2024 - 2027

Heather B Lindfors Navarro, Director, 2024 - 2027

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The Mystery Underground featuring Agnes Meyer Driscoll

April 11, 2024, at 4 PM Pacific

Presenters: Kari Jurgenson, Cynthia E. Taylor, Christa Jackson

In this webinar, we describe how teachers and teacher educators may use the mathematical contributions of Agnes Meyer Driscoll, the featured mathematician in the Powerful Mathematicians who Changed the World Grade 6-8 book, The Mystery Underground. Agnes Meyer Driscoll was a key player in foreign intelligence and a pioneer in the field of cryptology. Her contributions are highlighted throughout the story, which follows a group of middle school students who learn about Agnes Meyer Driscoll’s work and use it to create and crack secret messages throughout the story. Attendees will have the opportunity to engage in mathematics related to cryptology as well as learn about ways teachers and teacher educators may use this book in their classroom. The presenters will share mathematical problem solving opportunities embedded in the story as well as supplemental resources provided with the book.

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TODOS Blog on Environmental Issues

The TODOS Blog Committee is pleased to share the first installment in a series on environmental issues, Our World, Our Place, Our Home, Our Responsibility. We hope you will join us as we examine these issues through shared values and mathematics.

Antiracist Mathematics Education Is Now Available!

Antiracist Mathematics Education: Stories of Acknowledgment, Action, and Accountability is now available to purchase at Amazon. It includes stories grounded in the 2020 TODOS Position Statement, The Mo(ve)ment to Prioritize Antiracist Mathematics. This book reflects not only the rich experiences and deep expertise of its authors but also their passion for and commitment to creating antiracist learning environments that empower students to strengthen their mathematical identities. Review the Annotated Table of Contents. Purchase your copy today!

2023 Iris M. Carl Awardees Announcement

The 2023 Iris M. Carl Equity and Leadership Awardee is Harold Asturias. “Harold is also one of the leading experts in the Bay Area and nationally on teaching mathematics to English learners” cited one nominee. Another nominee indicated that “he is a connector who recognizes the needs of a program and the strengths of his ever-expanding group of colleagues and then matches them together to expand on and improve their collective work.” Congratulations, Harold!

The 2023 Iris M. Carl Equity in Teaching Awardee Erin Sylves. Erin Sylves received the TODOS Iris M. Carl Equity in Teaching Award. One nominator said, “She uses her role to build the capacity of school leaders and teachers to create the best learning environment possible for all students; breaking down silos and helping schools redesign systems to create equitable learning outcomes.” Another said “She did and continues to do what many find uncomfortable: confront deficit thinking in many contexts and with many educators ….” Congratulations, Erin!

ABOUT TODOS

TODOS: Mathematics for ALL is a professional organization that advocates for equity and excellence in mathematics education for ALL students - in particular, Latina/o students. Founded in 2003 and with over 800 members from across the country, TODOS Members know that Equity and Excellence in Mathematics Matter! We promote Social Justice in Mathematics education and provide high-quality resources to help reach our Mission and Goals.

A brief history of TODOS