Journal of Urban Mathematics Education

The Journal of Urban Mathematics Education (JUME) is a peer-reviewed, open-access, academic journal published twice a year. The mission of the journal is to foster a transformative global academic space in mathematics that embraces critical research, emancipatory pedagogy, and scholarship of engagement in urban communities. Here, the view of the urban domain extends beyond the geographical context, into the lives of people within the multitude of cultural, social, and political spaces in which mathematics teaching and learning takes place.

JUME, after more than a decade at Georgia State University, is in search of a new editor in chief, editorial team, and academic home. If interested in learning more about the possibility of leading the journal into its next decade of knowledge dissemination please contact Dr. David Stinson, the current editor in chief, at dstinson@gsu.edu. Please check the JUME website periodically for updates. Thanks!

For details of the editorial staff, history, and growing impact of JUME see Editorial Team and Journal History. Currently, JUME IS NOT accepting manuscripts for publication consideration.

ISSN 2151-2612


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Vol 11, No 1&2 (2018): Special Double Issue – A Decade of Critical Mathematics Education Knowledge Dissemination

Table of Contents

EDITORIAL

Celebrating a Decade of Critical Mathematics Education Knowledge Dissemination: A Movement of People/Revolutionaries
David W. Stinson
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INAUGURAL EDITORIAL & ESSAY A DECADE LATER

2008 – Illuminating Urban Excellence: A Movement of Change within Mathematics Education
Lou Edward Matthews
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2018 – He Who Feels It, Knows It: Rejecting Gentrification and Trauma for Love and Power in Mathematics for Urban Communities
Lou Edward Matthews
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INAUGURAL COMMENTARY & ESSAY A DECADE LATER

2008 – Putting the "Urban" in Mathematics Education Scholarship
William F. Tate
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2018 – “SUM” is Better than Nothing: Toward a Sociology of Urban Mathematics Education
William F. Tate, Celia Rousseau Anderson, Daryl A. Tate.
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INAUGURAL RESEARCH ARTICLES & ESSAYS A DECADE LATER

2008 – Racism, Assessment, and Instructional Practices: Implications for Mathematics Teachers of African American Students
Julius Davis, Danny Bernard Martin
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2018 – Redefining Black Students’ Success and High Achievement in Mathematics Education: Toward a Liberatory Paradigm
Julius Davis
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2008 – Learning Mathematics in a Borderland Position: Students Foregrounds and Intentionality in a Brazilian Favela
Ole Skovsmose, Pedro Paulo Scandiuzzi, Paola Valero, Helle Alrø
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2018 – Human Capitals: School Mathematics and the Making of the Homus O Economicus
Paola Valero
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2008 – Math Links: Building Learning Communities in Urban Settings
Jacqueline Leonard, Brian R. Evans
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2018 – Revisiting the Influence of Math Links: Building Learning Communities in Urban Settings
Jacqueline Leonard, Brian R. Evans
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2008 – Practices Worthy of Attention: A Search for Existence Proofs of Promising Practitioner Work in Secondary Mathematics
Pamela L. Paek
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REVIEWER ACKNOWLEDGMENT

January 2008–December 2018
JUME Reviewers
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