As Ed Inquiry designs the Massachusetts 2023 Summer Biggest Winner Math Challenge we are assembling a very talented team of educators, instructional designers, graphic artists, programmers, and experienced project leaders.
All coming together with their broad range of cultural perspectives, expertise and lived experiences to ensure that a transformative summer session is created for advanced and motivated math students across the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and beyond.
All participants (students, teen interns, national cohort of instructors) of the 2023 Biggest Winner Match Challenge will be working, learning and collaborating in a virtual environment as a part of an innovative new pilot program to inspire middle school students that love math while exposing high school students to the world of work and teaching.
Biggest Winner Math Challenge and The Ed Inquiry Teen Leader Program are growing and making an impact on the lives of advanced public school students and teens across the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and beyond.
The 2023 Biggest Winner Math Challenge Design Team is forming. If you want to be a contributor to this great project check out our careers page for open jobs descriptions as they go live.
Principal Investigator/Managing Director
EDI Project Manager
EDI Curriculum Specialist
Curriculum Advisor /Program Designer
Math Cluster Leader
Creative Artist in Residence (2023)
BWMC Program Coordinator – Student Experience
EDI Program Manager – “Head of the Class”
Head of the Class Teen Council – President
Head of the Class Teen Council – Vice President
Head of the Class Teen Council
EDI Project Coordinator
EDI Instructional Data Analyst/Summer Instructor
EDI Curriculum Advisor/Summer Instructor
Ed Inquiry Teen Council Member
Recruitment Partner in Residence (2022-23)
Artist in Residence (2022-23)
Marketing and Communications Expert in Residence (2023)
Teen Leaders (grades 10 -12) interested in a career in teaching
“… able to discover patterns in student education data that others miss. … capable of discovering students’ strengths and weaknesses and provide feedback to educators to help the students thrive. … work has also helped reveal inequities in the support systems for advanced African American math students in Massachusetts… “
Chief Analyst at Massachusetts Dept of Elementary and Secondary Education
Results don’t lie: From Good to Great
2023 Summer Math Instructors (Virtual)
Stata Programmer (Freelance Virtual)