Founded by a former math teacher and school leader, Black Girls Love Math (BGLM) uses a research-based approach to create an engaging, encouraging, and culturally conscious space for Black girls to explore and discover math.
The Constructive Dialogue Institute (CDI) was created to address the inability of people to agree on facts, listen to one another’s views, think critically, and find compromise. Thepsychology-based Perspectivesprogram is designed for high school and university educators to use with students.
The National Science Foundation (NSF) is awarding a total of $39 million to establish four new university-based alliances focused on the preparation and inclusion of individuals from historically underrepresented groups for careers in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).
The International Civil Rights Center & Museum in Greensboro, North Carolina, invites teachers and students to take a virtual journey through the spaces of the museum with a senior docent who will bring their encounter to life and engage them in America’s story.
Carry the Two pulls back the curtain to reveal the mathematical and statistical gears that turn the world. An initiative of the Institute for Mathematical and Statistical Innovation, the podcast presents unique perspectives from the fields of mathematics and statistics and uses stories to convey how mathematical research drives the world around us.