Adam Smith is an education leader whose experience lies at the intersection of math teaching and learning, teacher leadership, equity and social justice, and education research. His career includes roles as a high school math teacher, assistant professor of math, elementary math curriculum director, and education nonprofit leadership. Adam is passionate about ensuring that children who have been historically marginalized and excluded can see themselves as mathematicians and are given ample opportunities to realize their brilliance as math learners and doers. He believes in the power of transformative leadership to shift the educational paradigm to center and uplift Black and Brown students and communities.
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Fortune Nwachukwu was born and raised in South East Nigeria, a country in West Africa. He graduated from high school in the same country in the year 2013 before he moved to the United States in May 2017 in pursuit […]