Is this real? One of the referenced texts I checked seemed legit (and a little more rational and easier to read - it feels generated to me in some way, still not sure if it is)
> we see white supremacy culture in the mathematics classroom can show up when:
• The focus is on getting the “right” answer.
• Independent practice is valued over teamwork or collaboration.
• “Real-world math” is valued over math in the real world.
• Students are tracked (into courses/pathways and within the classroom).
• Participation structures reinforce dominant ways of being.