The Silicon Valley Education Foundation (SVEF) is launching Mathpower[ed], a 4-week math acceleration course designed to help students get ahead. The concepts covered include fractions, rational numbers, order of operations, exponents, linear equations, and graphing. The program takes an integrated STEM approach, leveraging multiple disciplines to solve rigorous, real-world problems.
Mathpower[ed] utilizes the summer to strengthen students’ math foundation and expose them to rigorous algebra preparedness work. Students will begin the next school year with a critical advantage over their peers.
Mathpower[ed] students receive:
Mathpower[ed] leverages over 4 years of experience and insight gained from SVEF’s proven Stepping Up To Algebra (SUTA) program, an intervention program that has helped push more than 3,000 underserved Basic and Below Basic students entering 8th grade into Algebra I.
Students entering grades 5th - 7th looking to accelerate their math skills
Mathpower[ed] is available at the following locations:
Anderson Elementary School
4000 Rhoda Drive, San Jose, CA 95117
Dates: June 24th – July 19th (Monday – Friday)
8am – 12pm
Registration deadline: June 1
Late registration: June 8
Program fee: $595 per student before registration deadline; $625 for late registration (refer to locations above for registration dates). Scholarships at 50% of the fee are available to students on Free and Reduced Lunch on a first come first served basis. For more information about scholarships and how to apply, please contact Katherine Hamby at Katherine@SVEFoundation.org or 408-790-9590..
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