Using Scientific Notation to Examine Incarceration by Race — The Inequality Project

As a math teacher who is married to another math teacher, I have the ability to work on tasks and curriculum in multiple grade levels at once. My husband, Brad Earl, teaches 8th grade math at the same school where I teach high school, and we often collaborate on curriculum so that we can push […]

Using Scientific Notation to Examine Incarceration by Race — The Inequality Project

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