The Algebra Project seeks to impact the struggle for citizenship and equality by assisting students in inner city and rural areas to achieve mathematics literacy. Higher order thinking and problem solving skills are necessary for entry into the economic mainstream. Without these skills, children will be tracked into an economic underclass.

 

Announcements

Bob Moses receives a $50,000 fellowship from the Fletcher Foundation in April 2005, awarded to individuals for their work on civil rights issues. binary options trade

The Algebra Project helps convene a two-day conference of educators, students and community leaders calling for a constitutional amendment that guarantees a quality public school education for every child in the United States.

GE Foundation funds a partnership between the Algebra Project and the Rochester Institute of Technology aimed to help minority students succeed in science, math, and technology studies by integrating algebra and pre-engineering curricula. binary trade option