Mathematical Discourse that Breaks Barriers and Creates Spaces for Marginalized Learners

Congratulations to Professor Roberta Hunter and a prestigious international team of editors on the publication of Mathematical Discourse that Breaks Barriers and Creates Spaces for Marginalized Learners. The intention of the book is to “support mathematics education research, teacher educators, teachers and policy makings in providing positive solutions to the enduring challenge in mathematics education of enabling all participants including diverse students to equably access mathematical discourse”. Drawing on a range of research perspectives, the chapters offer the reader practical stories of equitable practices for diverse learners within a range of contexts. At times, challenging conventional wisdom, the authors provide insights into how going forward we might address issues of equitable access of minoritized learners across early primary through to high school, and family and community settings.