Black Immigrant Children: Abjection, In(ex)clusion and School Mathematics Reform Niños negros inmigrantes: Abyección, In (ex)clusión y la matemática escolar reformada

Luz Edith Valoyes-Chávez, Melisssa Valeska Andrade-Molina

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This paper examines the limits and possibilities of the discourses and practices of inclusion of Black immigrant students in reform mathematics classrooms. Data from a larger qualitative study concerned with the education of mathematics teachers in Chilean marginalized schools is used. Conceptualizations about the dynamics of exclusion and inclusion help us illustrate how reform mathematics teaching entails double gestures of hope (about "us") and fear (about the "others"). The results provide evidence that educational reforms and policies are embedded in a system of reason which historically fabricated Blacks as invisible and inferior, shaping the chances of inclusion of Black children.

Idioma originalInglés
Páginas (desde-hasta)1-24
Número de páginas24
PublicaciónMagis
Volumen15
DOI
EstadoPublicada - 2022
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