Maps at four levels of scale—global, national, regional, and local—provide a context for mathematical investigations that help teachers learn about their students.

Contributor Notes

Laurie H. Rubel,, is an associate professor of education at Brooklyn College of the City University of New York. She enjoys working with and learning from New York City teachers.

Haiwen Chu,, has taught high school mathematics in New York City and is a Ph.D. candidate in Urban Education at the City University New York Graduate Center. He is interested in representing data about urban experience.

Lauren Shookhoff,, teaches mathematics at the Bushwick School for Social Justice in Brooklyn, NY. She is striving to make college preparatory mathematics accessible and engaging to all students. WILDA GALLAGHER; HAIWEN CHU; PIETRINA MICOLI

(Corresponding author is Rubel author is Chu author is Shookhoff
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