Race, Racial Projects, and Mathematics Education

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  • 1 University of Illinois at Chicago

Critical scholars have argued that mathematics education is in danger of becoming increasingly influenced by and aligned with neoliberal and neoconservative market-focused projects. Although this larger argument is powerful, there are often 2 peculiar responses to issues of race and racism within these analyses. These responses are characterized by what the author sees as an unfortunate backgrounding of these issues in some analyses or a conceptually flawed foregrounding in others. These responses obscure the evidence that, beyond being aligned with the market-oriented goals of these projects, mathematics education has also been aligned with their prevailing racial agendas.

Contributor Notes

Danny Bernard Martin, College of Education (MC 147) and Department of Mathematics, Statistics, and Computer Science, University of Illinois at Chicago, 1040 W. Harrison Street, Chicago, IL 60607; dbmartin@uic.edu

(Corresponding author is Martin dbmartin@uic.edu)
Journal for Research in Mathematics Education


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