The Alabama Department of Education offers free Math Nation resources to all Alabama public schools through AMSTI
MONTGOMERY, Alabama, Sept. 6, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–To provide comprehensive support for the Degree course Alabama: Mathematics grades 6-8, the Alabama Department of Education is now offering free access to Math Nation powered by Accelerate Learning. Thanks to funding from the Alabama Math, Science, and Technology Initiative (AMSTI), Alabama public schools have access to online and printed learning resources for grades 6-8 free of charge.
AMSTI is the Alabama Department of Education’s initiative to improve math and science education nationwide. Through AMSTI’s innovative partnership with Math Nation, Alabama students, teachers and families can access Math Nation’s 6th-8th grade math resources 24/7 via the web, tablets and smartphones.
Math Nation helps students master math skills with personalized instruction from dynamic content videos led by “Study Experts”—and students can choose the Study Expert that best fits their learning style. The Math Nation mobile app also allows students to download videos and later watch them offline when they don’t have internet access. In addition to videos, Math Nation’s resources include personalized remedial tools, digital practice tools, homework help and virtual tutoring, a professional learning community and resources for teachers, and family support videos. A limited supply of printed student workbooks are also available.
“Equity – ensuring learning opportunities for all – is a core belief of AMSTI,” said AMSTI Director Dr. Sandy Ledwell. “Through this $6 million partnership, Math Nation will provide print and online resources for grades 6-8 math in the 2022-2023 school year. In the 2023-2024 school year, even more resources will be added to support Algebra 1, Geometry, and Algebra 2. Our partnership with Math Nation ensures every student in these courses can take class-level standards to develop their knowledge, skills, and Build confidence in math anytime, anywhere.”