Redistricting can provide a real-world application for use in a wide range of mathematics classrooms.

Contributor Notes

Laurie H. Rubel, laurie.rubel@gmail.com, is an associate professor in the Department of Secondary Education at Brooklyn College of the City University of New York. She enjoys working with and learning from teachers in New York City.

Michael Driskill, driskill.michael@gmail.com, is a program officer at Math for America, New York. He taught mathematics at the Spence School in New York City, where he enjoyed developing real-world applications of mathematics for the classroom.

Lawrence M. Lesser, lesser@utep.edu, is a professor at The University of Texas at El Paso. He has taught high school mathematics and worked as the staff statistician for the Texas Legislative Council (a nonpartisan agency) during the 1990-91 redistricting process.

(Corresponding author is Rubel laurie.rubel@gmail.com)
(Corresponding author is Driskill driskill.michael@gmail.com)
(Corresponding author is Lesser lesser@utep.edu)
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