Nancy Canavan Anderson has taught mathematics to students
from kindergarten through grade eight. She has also worked as an
instructor for preservice teachers and a consultant for Math
Solutions. She received her doctoral degree in mathematics
education from Boston University.
Suzanne H. Chapin is a professor of mathematics education at Boston University. She is interested in mathematics curricula, the education of the gifted, and how to further the mathematics achievement of economically disadvantaged students. Over the past twenty-five years, Chapin has directed many projects and written many books in these areas.
Catherine O'Connor is a professor in linguistics and education at Boston University. She works with teachers and researchers to study language use in classrooms.