Congratulations to Dr. Lateefah Id-Deen, 2022 Kay Gilliland Equity Lecture Awardee.
Kay Gilliland Equity Lecture
Dr. Id-Deen presented the 2022 Kay Gilliland Equity Lecture titled “I want to teach this Social Justice Math Lesson: Exploring Ways Math Leaders Can Support Teachers Who Want to Teach Math for Social Justice”
NCSM is an organization whose membership is made up of leaders in the field of mathematics education. One of those members who gave especially of her time and energy was Kay Gilliland. Mills College and EQUALS gave her the courage and the skills to work for equity in mathematics for all students, especially low-income, black, Latino, and indigenous peoples. NCSM enabled her to learn and work locally, nationally, and internationally to improve the teaching and learning of mathematics. Kay Gilliland was a vibrant and service-oriented President of NCSM and served as a conscientious editor of the NCSMs newsletter for more than seven years. In all of her work, Kay promoted a focus on equity in mathematics education.
Each year, NCSM members take time out to nominate and honor a leader in mathematics who has made the same kind of unique and dedicated contribution to mathematics education as Kay Gilliland.
If you are a current NCSM member, consider nominating a worthy candidate.
Previous Kay Gilliland Equity Lecture Award Recipients
"Addressing Racism and Antiblackness in Mathematics Education"
"My Journey of Emancipation from Freedom to Fail to Freedom to Succeed in Mathematics"
“Mathematics Leaders ‘Answering the Call’ for Educational Change”
"Empowering Teachers to Disrupt Racial Inequities: The Fundamental Praxis of Becoming a Change Agent"
"Learning About Equity in Mathematics Education through the Lens of Indigenous Perspectives"
"Visibly and Invisibly Helping Every Teacher Help Every Student Achieve"
"Ensuring That College and Career Readiness Standards Lead to College and Career Readiness"
"Cutting Through the Smoke Screen: Erasing Mathematics Inequality Through Research and Action"
"Equity for Each Learner: Equitable Practices to Engage and Build Student Mathematical Knowledge."