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Ms. Courtney Ginsberg
Program Officer for Professional Development
Courtney Ginsberg is a Program Officer for Professional Development at M­ƒA. In this role, she focuses on fellowship engagement and develops math-centered professional programming for MƒA teachers. Prior to MƒA, Courtney taught math for 10 years, primarily at Humanities Preparatory Academy. Over the course of her teaching career she has served as a NYC DOE Model Teacher, STEM Inquiry Team Leader, Robotics Team Coach, Student Advisor, and more. During her teaching career, Courtney was a part of the MƒA Master Teacher Fellowship community since 2013, where she led PLTs and mini-courses with her peers and was a founding organizer of the MƒA Summer Think, planning themes, workshops, and logistics surrounding the teacher-led conference. Courtney earned both a B.S. and M.A. in Mathematics Education at New York University, where she was the recipient of numerous honors, including the Mayor’s Graduate Scholarship and the Steinhardt School Outstanding Achievement Award in Mathematics Education. Courtney lives in New Jersey with her husband and dog, and loves crafting, volunteering, and cheering on the New York Mets.
  1. Workshop Critical Issues in Mathematics Education 2020: Today’s Mathematics, Social Justice, and Implications for Schools

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    Mar 12, 2020
    01:30 PM - 03:30 PM
      Session 3: How do computational systems impact privacy and social/political movements?
    Catherine Buell (Fitchburg State University), Courtney Ginsberg (Math for America), Saber Khan (Processing Foundation), Nichol Turner Lee (Brookings Institute)
    Mar 13, 2020
    08:30 AM - 10:30 AM
      Session 5: What mathematics is important for educators to nurture in order to build a more just society?
    Sharon Collins (New Heights Academy Charter School), Sage Forbes-Gray (Sunset Park High School), Courtney Ginsberg (Math for America), Sendy Keenan (Math for America), Padmanabhan Seshaiyer (George Mason University)