Guiding Principles

  1. Addressing educator-identified needs for improving student learning. Mathematics teaching and learning needs identified by educators will be at the core of our work by engaging educators in reform that is personally and professionally meaningful and rewarding.
  2. Changing attitudes towards mathematics. We will engage educators in co-designing mathematical learning experiences for students that offer surprise and conceptual insight, and opportunities to share their learning with family, their peers, and the wider community.
  3. Fostering inclusion. Some groups are more marginalized than others when it comes to mathematics education. We will aim to enhance learning and participation opportunities for all learners.