Social Justice and Proportional Reasoning

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Ksenija Simic—Muller
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Textbook tasks can easily be transformed into authentic real-world problems that shed light on issues of equity and fairness, such as population growth and crime rates.

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Ksenija Simic—Muller, ksimicmuller@plu.edu, is a teacher educator at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, Washington. She is primarily interested in incorporating equity, cultural responsiveness, and issues of social justice into teacher preparation.

(Corresponding author is Simic—Muller ksimicmuller@plu.edu)
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