Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. We are so grateful for all the support of our Indie-Gogo campaign.
With the nearly $8000 raised, we were able to provide AlgebraCARDS to three very deserving organizations.
The Toberman Neighborhood Center is "a non-profit community-based organization committed to assisting Harbor Area families and individuals by delivering life-changing services that encourage, inform, educate and empower them to live healthy and purposeful lives." Located in San Pedro, California, the center has programs for students and their families and they are very excited to start using AlgebraCARDS.
The Midnight Mission "offers a path to self-sufficiency to men, women and children who have lost everything." Farnaz has been working diligently to bring our clear and simple Algebra program to The Midnight Mission. They were the pioneers of the AlgebraCAST podcast set up and have been a joy to work with!
Burlington Middle School "is committed to providing each student with an education in which essential information and skills are learned, knowledge is explored, and ideas are critically analyzed and evaluated." We are excited to find schools from other parts of the country that might benefit from our program.
We are proud to be of service to learners of all ages. Thanks again to the supporters and administrators of the campaign.
help us reach out to Under-served Students!
We have an ultimate goal to get AlgebraCards into the hands of 10,000 students and are using IndieGogo to crowd source the beginning of funding for this endeavor. You can wish us luck or go to the site and donate on behalf of under-served children in the U.S.
AlgebraCards along with AlgebraCast is a fun and effective way to practice a difficult subject. When kids practice and study math, they are setting themselves up for success in higher education and better opportunities in tomorrow's job market.
We have been working hard to make an eye catching algebra study tool (Yes, you read that right. Eye catching and algebra in the same sentence.) We have researched best practices in learning, the latest U.S. learning standards (Common Core), and thousands of our own students to find that our "system" of learning exemplifies the common core and deeper learning strategies, benefits all types of learners, and it is fun.
Help us create leaders of the future! Visit the link below and donate whatever you can.