BBA Math News & Announcements

Posted by Crystal Morgan on September 9, 2017

BBA Board Retreat

BBA Tech team!

Posted by Claude Stuart on September 9, 2017



The goals of the organization shall be (a) to serve as advocate for the educational and professional needs of its member, (b) to serve as advocate for the educational and developmental needs of African-American children, and (c) to provide educational solutions and policy alternatives to the educational issues which affect the participation and success of African-American children in mathematics learning.  In executing these goals, The Benjamin Banneker Association shall promote and provide opportunities for networking among individuals, institutions, groups, and agencies operating for the betterment of the educational systems of these United States and Territories, and promote and provide opportunities for African-American students to participate and excel in mathematics learning.



Posted by Brea Ratliff on September 7, 2017

Job Posting: University of California, Berkeley

Hello BBA Family!

Please click the link below to view the following posting for the Assistant Professor of Education in Math, Science, Technology, or as related to Cognitive Development position at the University of California, Berkeley.

Assistant Professor – University of California, Berkeley

Posted by Brea Ratliff on August 13, 2017

A Response to the Events in Charlottesville

Dear BBA Family,

The demonstrations, violence and murders which have taken place over the last

24 hours in Charlottesville, VA are a heartbreaking reminder of how far we still

must go in the fight for equality and respect in our country. I am personally

saddened by the actions of the white supremacists leading these protests, and find

it shameful that any political or public figure would refuse to recognize their

actions as terroristic.

Please click on this link and read entire Response to Charlottesville

Brea Ratliff, BBA President

Posted by Brea Ratliff on May 4, 2017

Check out BBA’s newest publication!

Check out BBA’s newest publication!

We are proud to announce the launch of our newest publication, The Lighthouse Almanac.


This publication is a resource in which PK-16 educators (inclusive of school administrators and college/university faculty), parents, and other stakeholders can find encouragement and solutions to current and pressing concerns connected to the mathematics education of African-American students. BBA will continue our work as advocates for students through The Lighthouse by highlighting both the collective actions and experience of our members as well as other individuals committed to this work.

The Lighthouse Almanac
is free for members of the Benjamin Banneker Association.
To access the inaugural edition, visit the BBA Members Only page.