Math Class Climate on Math Identity and Interest Among Middle School Latinos

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Research suggests that students who perceive ineffective math teaching, report more negative beliefs about math, which negatively impacts their science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) success (Kearney & Garfield, 2019; Wang, 2013). However, little is known about whether the math class climate teachers create, predicts Latino middle school students’ math identity and interest. The present...

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