NYC Mathematics Project


  • Bruni, James, Anne Campos, and Ray Durney. "Teachers as Leaders in Mathematics: A New York City Professional Development Project." Commitment to Excellence: Transforming Teaching and Teacher Education in Inner-City and Urban Settings. Eds. L.A.Catelli & A.C. Diver-Stamnes. NJ: Hampton Press, Inc., 2003.
  • Cafarella, John, contributing ed. Delta Science Dictionary K-4 & 5-8. Nashua, NH: Delta Education, 2003.
  • Campos, Anne with John Schoener. Teaching that Makes a Difference: Lessons Learned by the New York City Mathematics Project.NY:Institute for Literacy Studies, in press.
  • Dolinko, Linda. "Investigating Flags: A Multicultural Approach." Teacher-Made Aids for Elementary School Mathematics. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Vol. 3, 2001.
  • Dolinko-Gold, Linda. Keeping the Possibilities Present: a Study of One Child's Math Thinking.Ed. C. Traugh. NY: Institute for Literacy Studies, 2001.
  • Epstein, Robin & Marcia Lerner. Toward Deeper Understanding: Portraits of Exemplary Bronx Mathematics and Science Teachers. Ed. M. Wolfe. NY: Institute for Literacy Studies, 1996.
  • Traugh, Cecelia, ed. The Power of Mathematics: Stories of Change from Urban Classrooms. NY: Institute for Literacy Studies, 2000.
  • New York City Mathematics Project Newsletter [PDF], published annually.

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