Ann Edwards

Director of Learning and Teaching, Carnegie Math Pathways

Ann Edwards is the Director of Learning and Teaching for the Carnegie Math Pathways, a network of faculty members, researchers, designers, students, and content experts committed to increasing student success in developmental mathematics and overall college and career outcomes. Edwards oversees the development and implementation of the Pathways instructional system, including Statway and Quantway curricula, assessments, pedagogy, and the faculty development system. Edwards came to WestEd from the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, and, prior to that, from the University of Maryland, College Park, where she was a faculty member focusing on mathematics teaching, teacher learning, and professional development in the university's college of education. She brings a deep commitment to addressing issues of equity that shape mathematics teaching and learning at all levels. She has taught secondary and collegiate mathematics, and worked with mathematics teachers K–16. She has published in numerous journals and books including the NADE Digest, Journal of Teacher Education, Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, Teachers College Record, and the Handbook of Research on Learning and Instruction. Edwards received a BA in applied mathematics from Harvard University; and an MA and PhD from the University of California, Berkeley in education in mathematics, science and technology.