Math4ALL is a multilingual, highly inclusive, research-based, STEM math practice website. It sets itself apart from other math applications in two ways:

     1) It gives students numerical proof of their improvement in math about every minute (please see below).

     2) It's accessible in 24 languages‚ on its way to 95!

In addition, ​​Math4ALL uses an exciting and highly compelling format to help students achieve fluency and proficiency in math.

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Research shows that English learners (ELs), as a population, fall behind their English-speaking peers during key learning years. Research also shows that having access to learning materials in their native languages is advised. Math4ALL is designed to aid in leveling the academic playing field by helping ELs stay on pace in math from their first day of school while they learn English.

The Problem We Address

What is Math4ALL?

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The Number of Languages Spoken in These School Districts

Math4ALL will be accessible in

the languages spoken by over 99%

of English learners

in U.S. schools.

How Does Math4ALL Give Numerical Proof of Improvement in Math About Every Minute?

This feature is at the core of Math4ALL's effectiveness, especially for students who have been falling behind their English-speaking peers year-after-year. This minute-by-minute proof of improvement offers a kind of antidote by which they can reorient how they feel about their capacities in math.

 

This video explains how.

Math4ALL is Currently Accessible in These Languages

English

Spanish

Cantonese

Arabic

Vietnamese

Mam (Guatemalan)

Khmer (Cambodian)

Mien

Mandarin

Tongan

Tagalog

Tigrinya

French

Pashto

Amharic

Taishanese

Farsi

Lao

Japanese

Korean

Russian

Tamil

Thai

German

The software development tools of today make adding translations quite simple relative to just a few years ago.

Math4ALL's Topics

Math4ALL currently has 98 whole numbers topics appropriate for grades 1 through 5. Examples of topics are:

      "Addition from 0+0 up through 2+2"

      "Combination facts (add/sub/mul/div) up through the 12s"

We have over 200 additional topics covering. . .

      Kindergarten-level (number theory, etc.)

      Whole numbers (beyond the "facts")

      Pre-Fractions

      Fractions

      Decimals

      Percents

      Integers

      Equations

      Estimation Preparation

      Estimation in whole numbers, fractions, decimals and percents.

We will be incorporate these topics into Math4ALL. And we will be developing additional content over time.