|Friday, May 08, 2015 01:45 PM|
Taking a Stand for Humanity .... continued
TODOS in its “Taking a Stand for Humanity” statement after the presidential election presented our belief that we must work to create a more just, humanizing, and equitable mathematics education experience for all. Education happens within a context. One such context is the political climate in which children exist. Regardless of political views, we cannot stand by and watch while the civil rights guaranteed by the Constitution of the United States are swept aside by executive orders. To reiterate, “We must find strength and resolve to reach out to people hurting, scared, and uncertain of their futures. We must find ways to support educators to hold space for listening, emotions, and deeper understanding. We have much work to do.”
We at TODOS believe in the following:
As Robert Frost said in his poem, Mending Wall: “Something there is that doesn't love a wall, that wants it down."
We at TODOS pledge to continue our work to support all children and to tear down the walls that prevent them from reaching their full potential. We will continue to speak out when prejudice outweighs justice.
President, TODOS: Mathematics for ALL
The Benefits of Membership
Membership in TODOS is open to ALL individuals concerned with excellence and equity in math education. Members have access to the members’ area. There you will find ALL of our publications, TODOS LIVE! recordings, presentations from the TODOS 2014 Beyond Awareness Conference, Lessons from the TODOS - TI project and more.
Dues are $25 per year and include all of these wonderful resources.
TODOS has a variety of publications, such as, Noticias, TEEM and Monographs. Among other items are the Bibliography of Equity and Diversity in Mathematics Education and presentations at TESOL.
TODOS' peer-reviewed journal, Teaching for Excellence and Equity in Mathematics (TEEM), is published annually. Members have online access to the current issue, while previous issues are available to the public.
|Last Updated on Friday, May 29, 2015 09:33 AM|