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December 23rd, 2011 - 9:59 am § in 2011 - December

Milwaukee AP veterans of 1990s leverage project bonds

Lilly Simmons and Paulette Bangura to drive the Milwaukee Algebra Project which served students in school and after school since the 1990s.  This fall, Bangura teamed up with Simmons to organize and pilot a Math Literacy Leadership initiative as part of Bangura’s African Centered Global Education Project, which she has directed for over ten years through the University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee School of Continuing Education. This October, Simmons and Bangura invited Bill Crombie, AP Director of Professional Development, to lead two weekend-long workshops for 20 teachers as an introduction to Algebra Project curriculum and pedagogy.  Bangura seeks to introduce alternative ways for teachers to reach students. “The levels of performance of the students is low―Milwaukee has a 40% graduate rate. Let’s get busy to create a pathway,” she said.


November 28th, 2012 - 8:25 pm § in 2012 - December

The Algebra Project is back in Miami!

In July 2012, 40 incoming 9th grade students and 4 teachers from Miami Northwestern Senior High in Liberty City participated in a 4-week Algebra Project Summer Institute at Florida International University (FIU) to receive instruction in mathematics, language arts, and learn about the Young People[...]


November 28th, 2012 - 8:26 pm § in 2012 - December

Mansfield OH Seniors use OSUM English course to reflect on math literacy

The Mansfield, Ohio, Algebra Project Cohort of high school seniors will participate in a semester-long writing course offered at The Ohio State University Mansfield Campus in spring 2013. The students and instructor Cheryl Logan will collaboratively develop the content for this course, which is to i[...]


November 28th, 2012 - 8:26 pm § in 2012 - December

Augustus Hawkins High School in Los Angeles leverages Algebra Project

Last year, school Administrators Andre Hargunani and Tony Terry and a team of teachers successfully petitioned the Los Angeles Unified School District to run the reopened Augustus Hawkins High School in South Los Angeles. About 500 students at Augustus Hawkins High are using Algebra Project curricul[...]


November 28th, 2012 - 8:27 pm § in 2012 - December

Nashville’s Napier Elementary site of new collaboration with the ETS

Educational Testing Service and Napier Elementary School in Nashville, TN, are partnering with the Algebra Project and the Young People’s Project to offer an innovative strategy supporting elementary students’ acquisition of number facts. The AP has provided professional development to teachers [...]


November 28th, 2012 - 8:27 pm § in 2012 - December

Algebra Project joins “Teachers as Professionals” at Park City Math Institute

This July, Algebra Project teachers Amy Stoyko, Marian Currell and Monica Tienda and Naama Lewis of the Young People’s Project (YPP), traveled to Utah to participate in the Conference Board of the Mathematical Sciences ad hoc Committee on Teachers as Professionals, at the annual Park City Math Ins[...]


November 28th, 2012 - 8:28 pm § in 2012 - December

Working meeting foreshadows “Whole Schools” national coalition building

Supported by Princeton University, Educational Testing Service (ETS), and a five-year National Science Foundation study of Algebra Project high school student cohorts, more than 90 people—students, teachers, school administrators, university researchers, and activists—gathered at in Princeton, N[...]