About Clarence "La Mont" Terry, Sr.
A former mathematics teacher and coach, Prof. Terry's research focuses on the creation of critical race "counterspaces" as an alternative environment for the mathematics education of high school-aged Black males. In these spaces, he explores the impact of critical literacies on the formation of Black males' racial and mathematics identities, as well as their social agency. In addition to consulting on the development on single-sex educational programs, Dr. Terry works with pre-service & in-service K-12 educators developing socially-just and anti-racist pedagogies in school communities across urban Los Angeles and Southern California.
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Prisons, Pipelines, and the President: Developing Critical Math Literacy through ...
Journal of African American Males in Education (2010)
Academic success, and the economic well-being it usually affords, is closely tied to math achievement. Key national indicators reveal decades ...