Academy of MATH is an intense online program for students experiencing difficulties learning math. This intervention program is a product of EPS Literacy and Intervention, an academic publisher. The program introduces both simple and complicated math concepts in a progressive, dynamic fashion.
Academy of MATH provides ample data on student progression, enabling interested adults to assess program effectiveness throughout. The program is designed for students from grades 2 through 12. Academy of MATH is research-based and adaptive to the needs of each individual student. The program is delivered in flexible 30-minute blocks, which are done three to five days per week. According to EPS, students involved in Academy of MATH gain knowledge almost twice as fast as other students.
Subjects covered in Academy of MATH include fractions, algebraic thinking, measurements and geometry. The program also teaches students new tactics for solving arithmetic problems. Academy of MATH is endorsed by CASE, the Council of Administrators of Special Education.
Academy of MATH is one of many related programs offered by EPS Literacy and Intervention. Besides assisting students with dyslexia and learning disabilities, EPS provides materials to help on-level students maintain their educational achievements. EPS was founded in 1949 by Robert G. Hall, who was then dean of Manter Hall School in Boston.