Justification as an Equity Practice

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  • 1 Michigan State University in East Lansing
  • | 2 Neag School of Education, University of Connecticut in Storrs

This article highlights the role of students' engagement in mathematical justification in supporting classrooms that provide equitable access to mathematics and develop students' agency for doing mathematics.

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See how to give students equitable access to mathematics, develop their agency, and support their engagement.

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