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REFERENCES FOR MATH MODELING AND SOCIAL JUSTICE
2018 PMENA Working Group on Early Math Modeling
2018 PMENA Reading Room http://earlymathmodeling.onmason.com/reading-room/
A teacher shares her experience with math modeling in the elementary grades