Welcome to Math Aspirations!

Welcome to Math Aspirations! My name is Erin Milne, and I am a math graduate student at the University of Vermont. I started this blog to reach out to high school and college students who are interested in studying math or are interested in any area but come from a low-income family and/or are among the first generation in their family to go to college. All these students are near and dear to my heart because I was one of them, and I believe their success is crucial to the success of America. I will be posting about topics related to mathematics, mathematics education, and the education system in general. I hope you will all feel free to comment on my posts, as I am hoping to get a robust conversation started about these issues.

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About eemilne

My name is Erin Milne, and I am a mathematics student and teacher. I earned my master's in math from the University of Vermont, and I received my undergraduate education from Lyndon State College. My goal for this blog is to make mathematics interesting, useful, and non-frightening, as well as to inspire other low-income and first-generation students to continue their education. I hope this blog will be helpful, inspiring, and thought-provoking for high school and college students facing the same challenges that I have faced.

One response to “Welcome to Math Aspirations!

  1. Daisy McCoy

    Thanks for doing this. You have found some interesting resources. Well worth reading

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My name is Erin Milne, and I am a mathematics student and teacher. I earned my master's in math from the University of Vermont, and I received my undergraduate education from Lyndon State College. My goal for this blog is to make mathematics interesting, useful, and non-frightening, as well as to inspire other low-income and first-generation students to continue their education. I hope this blog will be helpful, inspiring, and thought-provoking for high school and college students facing the same challenges that I have faced.

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