The Algebra Project
donations to the Algebra Project
Join The Algebra Projects Mailing List
December 23rd, 2013 - 2:58 pm § in 2013 - December

Interns energize and attend to project mission

In the three stories that follow, summer 2013 interns reflect on their experiences, and pave the way for more to engage in summer 2014 and beyond.   Todd Christensen Algebra Project national office I will keep this note short and sweet.  I wanted to express my deep gratitude for allowing me to be [...]

December 23rd, 2013 - 2:50 pm § in 2013 - December

NSF supplement supports collaboration with ETS Cognitive Scientists

Cognitive Scientists from Educational Testing Service will aid development of a Logic Model/Theory of Action for teaching and learning in the Algebra Project. The goal is to develop a theory of action and logic model that reflects the successful teaching and learning with the instructional materials[...]

December 23rd, 2013 - 11:02 am § in 2013 - December

Newsletter Introduction – December 2013

During December/January 1963-64, fifty years ago, in the Mississippi Theater of the Civil Rights Movement, SNCC field secretaries in Hattiesburg made plans for the summer project history enshrines as “Freedom Summer.” That theater of that movement not only illustrates the long-term historical na[...]

February 7th, 2013 - 5:25 am § in Education in the News

Civil Rights Leader: Increasing Math Literacy an Extension of Desegregation

Title: Civil Rights Leader: Increasing Math Literacy an Extension of Desegregation Location: KQED Public Radio, San Francisco, online archive Link out: Click here Description: As a young man, Dr. Robert Moses worked to register black voters in the South in the early 1960s. He went on to found the Al[...]

July 14th, 2013 - 9:10 pm § in 2013 - Summer

Call for Student Constitutional Personhood – Broadening Participation in STEM Learning.

The Algebra Project and the Young People’s Project (AP/YPP) are now “quarterbacking an algebra insurgency” that works the demand side of student constitutional personhood.  In the 60s, doing voter registration was not radical per-se, but it WAS radical to shoulder SNCC voter registration with[...]

July 14th, 2013 - 9:11 pm § in 2013 - Summer

Recent News

Robert Pollie, 7th Avenue Project radio journalist, interviewed Bob Moses during a recent visit to U.C. Santa Cruz. The interview aired on February 10th 2013. Follow the link to hear an audio archive of this interview. Tavis Smiley & Cornel [...]