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Rethinking Mathematics

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Reading the World With Math
By Marilyn Frankenstein
A complete list of citations that accompanied the original article in the Teaching for Change book Beyond Heroes and Holidays.

Pages 28:
The War in Iraq : How Much Does it Cost?
Updated spending estimates, budget numbers and other resources mentioned in the article.

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Race, Retrenchment, and the Reform of School Mathematics
By William Tate
References and citations included with the original article in Phi Delta Kappan magazine

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Is Environmental Racism Real?
By Larry Miller
Additional resources and details of how a class took action based on the lesson.

Page 49:
Home Buying While Brown or Black
By Eric Gutstein
Materials for the mortgage project.

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Sweatshop Accounting (coming soon)
By Larry Steele
Materials for the "community meeting" role play.

Page 64:
Poverty and World Wealth
By Susan Hersh and Bob Peterson
Worksheets students can use to record their estimates of world population and wealth by continent.

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Unequal Distribution of Wealth in the United States
By Michael Langyel
Downloadable 10x10-square chart mentioned in the article.

Page 101:
South Central Los Angeles: Ratios and Density in Urban Areas (coming soon)
By Eric Gutstein
Background Reading on the Rodney King beating and verdict

Page 110:
Justice for Janitors
By Bob Peterson
Teaching ideas for the book ¡Si Se Puede! (Yes, We Can!) by Diana Cohn.

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Math, Maps and Misrepresentation
By Eric Gutstein
Materials for teaching the lesson on map projections.

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Multicultural Math (coming soon)
By Claudia Zaslavsky
References and citations published with the original article in the book Reaching All Students with Mathematics.

Page 142
Write the Truth: Presidents and Slaves
By Bob Peterson
Links to web resources on presidents who owned slaves.

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Write the Truth: Presidents and Slaves
By Bob Peterson
Fifth graders research how many U.S. presidents owned slaves.

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Libraries, Books and Bias
By Bob Peterson
More information on the work of education researcher Stephen Krashen.