The Surge in Advanced Math, and the Programs Providing Access
This Atlantic article details the growing popularity of advanced math among middle and high school students in the U.S. and the programs that have risen to serve that need, particularly among low- and middle-income students.
“The appetite among families for this kind of math instruction,” Rusczyk says in the article, “seems boundless.”
Both Art of Problem Solving advanced programming and BEAM (Bridge to Advanced Mathematics), a project of the AoPS initiative, are profiled.
Read full article at the Atlantic.