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2022 WTP-ML4A National Conference


The We the People-Math Literacy for All Alliance (WTP-ML4A) and the Algebra Project, Inc., are holding a July 28th, 29th & 30th, 2022, virtual planning and working conference celebrating and seeking to steward Bob Moses’ vision. With the engagement of the WTP-ML4A participants, allies, and the public, we are committed to building a country where everyone is fully literate in mathematics and every student is provided a rich, structured, and engaging opportunity to experience mathematics as a meaningful, joyful and creative human activity. Sessions will feature young people and teachers sharing their demands for resources that will allow them to be successful in teaching and learning mathematics. There will also be opportunities to showcase current and planned direct work with schools and districts and their collaborators in formal and informal learning settings.

You can register here and view the agenda and speakers here.

Below is a background statement on the conference. We encourage you to share it with your networks. (Click here to open the PDF in a new tab in order to download, print, or click hyperlinks.)

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We the People Math Literacy for All Alliance in conjunction with The Algebra Project is excited to announce a virtual working conference scheduled for this July! Being held July 28th and 29th, we have formally opened up a Call for Proposals and encourage all interested to submit. Submissions are due April 7th.

The conference is multi-faceted, both designed to honor and explore Bob Moses’ legacy as well as output tangible work. We are looking for a wide-range of proposals including:

– Events and work that honors and advances Bob Moses’s legacy.

– Forums for young people and teachers to share their ideas and present their real demands for money, structures, and resources that will allow them to be successful in teaching and learning mathematics.

– Sessions designed by young people and teachers that demonstrate success and share useful practices that support math literacy.

– Highlights of practitioner-researcher collaborations currently in process in both informal and formal learning settings.

We are interested in workshops, interactive discussions, presentations and poster sessions. You can learn more and submit a proposal by following this link.

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