Re-Engineering Algebra

Why do I need to learn algebra anyway?

The Education Foundation of Martin County is proud to be Re-Engineering Algebra in seventh, eighth, and ninth grade classes throughout the Martin County School District.  This program brings an engineer into the classroom to make algebra lively and real, while promoting math and science. It's not a lecture or presentation, but an engaging, Socrates-style, hands-on experience with activities that are challenging, relevant, and fun.

The objective is to show the everyday value of algebra and to encourage the pursuit of advanced math and science. Students will be introduced to the engineering profession while learning the application of algebraic concepts. 

This program is part of the Education Foundation of Martin County's STEAM Initiative (Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, and Math) and is made possible, in part, through the generous support of the Laura E. and Wilbur J. Kupfrian Family Foundation Fund of the Community Foundation for Palm Beach and Martin Counties.

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