The Benjamin Banneker Association, Inc.
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|The Benjamin Banneker Association, Inc. is a non-profit organization of individuals and groups concerned about the mathematics education of African-American children. The goals of The Benjamin Banneker Association, Inc. are to serve as advocates for the educational and professional needs of its members; to serve as an advocate for the educational and developmental needs of African-American children, especially as these needs relate to their mathematics education; and to provide educational solutions and policy alternatives to the educational issues which affect the participation and success of African-American children in mathematics learning. Read about the Association's history, activities, and meetings.|
|Resource Types:||Professional Associations/Societies|
|Math Ed Topics:||Minorities|
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