Quality Education as a Constitutional Right Creating a Grassroots Movement to Transform Public School Theresa Perry, Robert P. Moses, Ernesto Cortés Jr., Lisa Delpit, Joan T. Wynne A passionately argued case for a new civil rights movement—centered on schools Legendary civil rights leader and education activist Robert Moses invited one hundred prominent African American and [...]
Ed Dubinsky and Robin Wilson’ article, “High School Students’ Understanding of the Function Concept,” will be published in March 2013 issue of the Journal of Mathematical Behavior 32 (2013) 83 101. For a pre-publication draft PDF, click here *** Introduction In the United States and throughout the world, there is a cacophonous debate about the [...]
Chris Connelly of NPR News shared a link to his profile of the Algebra Project and Bob Moses which aired on Morning Edition this morning, Thursday, August 1st. Here is a link to the story on npr.org http://www.npr.org/blogs/codeswitch/2013/08/01/206813091/to-60s-civil-rights-hero-math-is-kids-formula-for-success Connelly visited Bob Moses and the Algebra Project at Miami Northwestern High School in the Miami-Dade School [...]
Mar 01 |
Dubinsky & Wilson\'s research on students\' understanding of the function concept :
Feb 07 |
Civil Rights Leader: Increasing Math Literacy an Extension of Desegregation : As a young man, Dr. Robert Moses worked to register black voters in the South in the early 1960s. He went on to found the Algebra Project. Its mission is to improve math literacy in disadvantaged students.
KQED\'s Paul Lancour speaks with Dr. Moses about California\'s decision to drop the algebra requirement for eight graders -- and how his push for better math skills is an extension of his earlier work for desegregation.
Feb 06 |
Bob Moses to keynote UC Santa Cruz 29th annual MLK Memorial Convocation :
Oct 17 |
06:30 AM - 08:00 AM
Bob Moses QECR talk Monday, Oct. 17th, 6:30pm EDT on CSPAN BookTV : Bob Moses\' presentation about the Quality Education as a Constitutional
Right book (Beacon Press, 2010) will be covered by CSPAN Book TV tonight,
Monday, Oct. 17th at 6:30pm Eastern Time (5:30pm Central/3:30pm Pacific).
The event is at Busboys & Poets, 14th & V streets, NW, Washington, DC, and
online streaming video will be available during the presentation on booktv.org
The online video will then be archived on the CSPAN BookTV website for
Feb 04 |
12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Civil Rights Legends John Doar & Bob Moses Invite you to a conversation and booksigning to discuss Quality Education as a Constitutional Right. : Friday Feb. 4th @ Florida International University College of Law, Miami, FL
Each year, P Sterling Stuckey, a historian and civil rights veteran, generously contributes to AP in honor of Yvonne Stevens and Wilhemenia Evans—two sisters who introduced him to the civil rights movement. We asked Dr. Stuckey to tell their story from his perspective.