Kit Golan is the Secondary Mathematics Consultant for the Center for Mathematics Achievement at Lesley University in Cambridge, MA. Kit began their decade-long classroom career as a Math for America (MfA) Teaching Fellow, teaching all levels of middle school math in New York City public schools. Kit became a MfA Master Teacher, collaborating with and mentoring hundreds of MfA Master Teachers and Early Career Fellows and collaboratively designing, revising, and facilitating professional learning courses.
In 2019, Kit was a Fund for Teachers Fellowship Grant Recipient, studying Realistic Math Education at the Freudenthal Institute in Utrecht, Netherlands. They presented a TED-style talk, “Become the Subject,” at MfA’s MT2 2017: Master Teachers on Teaching event. Their 6th-grade classroom served as a model for the Instructional Routines Video Project with New Visions for Public Schools. Kit has also been a co-advisor for his schools' Gender and Sexuality Alliances, published an article, “We’ve All Got Homework to Do” in Kaleidoscope: Educator Voices & Perspectives, a magazine for the Knowles Teacher Initiative, and wrote a chapter, “Bathrooms for All,” for the upcoming book Social Action Stories: Impact Tales for the School and Community.