Recommended reading: Boaler, J. (2009): The elephant in the classroom: helping children learn and love maths. London: Souvenir Press. Coles, A. et al. (2013): Teaching secondary mathematics as if the planet matters. Abingdon: Routledge Gower, B. (2015): Teaching mathematics for social justice. Mathematics Teaching (Volume 245; March 2015). Association of Teachers of Mathematics. Gutstein, E. (2006): Reading and writing the world with mathematics: Toward a pedagogy for social justice. New York: Routledge. Skovsmose, O. (2011): An invitation to critical mathematics education. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers. Wright, P. (2015): Teacher researchers, mathematics classrooms and social justice. Paper presented at BERA Conference 2014 (London). Download paper Wright, P. (2015): Teaching mathematics for social justice: Translating theories into practice. Doctoral thesis, University of Sussex. Link to thesis Wright, P. (2016): Social justice in the mathematics classroom. Open access article published in the London Review of Education (September 2016). Link to article Wright, P. (2017): Critical relationships between teachers and learners of school mathematics. Open access article published in Pedagogy, Culture and Society (January 2017). Link to article Links to other websites: Mixed Attainment Maths - A website to enable teachers of mixed-attainment maths classes to share resources and ideas. Visible Maths Pedagogy - This site features blogs and information on 'Visible Maths Pedagogy' – a participatory action research project aiming to challenge inequitable outcomes in school mathematics through making pedagogy visible to learners.