First published in 2006. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Table of Contents
M. Allexsaht-Snider, Editorial: Urban Parents' Perspectives on Children's Mathematics Learning and Issues of Equity in Mathematics Education.. D.B. Martin, Mathematics Learning and Participation as Racialized Forms of Experience: African American Parents Speak on the Struggle for Mathematics Literacy. J.T. Remillard, K. Jackson, Old Math, New Math: Parents' Experiences With Standards-Based Reform. D.D. Anderson, E. Gold, Home to School: Numeracy Practices and Mathematical Identities. D. Baker, B. Street, A. Tomlin, Navigating Schooled Numeracies: Explanations for Low Achievement in Mathematics of UKChildren From Low SES Background. M. Civil, E. Bernier, Exploring Images of Parental Participation in Mathematics Education: Challenges and Possibilities. E. Gutstein, "The Real Word As We Have Seen It": Latino/a Parents' Voices on Teaching Mathematics for Social Justice.