Calculus Roundtable > Programs for Students and Families
An Informed Parent
Navigating a child's education journey is often left up to the schools with little input from the parent. Parents feel helpless to help and discouraged to try.
The Parents Leaning Advocacy Network (PLAN) creates an informed parent that can
Parent Math Prep
help motivate and direct their child's education. Our team works with parents and parenting organizations to get past the numbers and to the heart of the pedagogy.
STEM in a Box
Home after school program for parents and small groups. Receive a box of STEM related activities along with an online gallery of fun and challenging science and math projects, each with an assessment and grade.
After school STEM Programt
This program supports the creation of community learning centers that provide academic enrichment opportunities during non-school hours for children, particularly students who attend high-poverty and low-performing schools. The program helps students meet state and local student standards in core academic subjects, such as reading and math; offers students a broad array of STEM enrichment activities that can complement their regular academic program.
The Digital One Room Schoolhouse program aligns alternative support resources around the teacher’s pacing and common core standards to an online environment where students can personalize their learning.
Algebra Ninja Bootcamp
In collaboration with Chabot College students breakdown key algebra skills. With every mastery challenge met and new belt is earned. Videos, homework, network collaboration included.
Scratch Coding Camp!
Title I & District Supports
We help schools and district implement thier schoolwide programs by Conducting a
comprehensive needs assessments,Preparing a
comprehensive plan and annual evaluations
CTE Pathway Supports
Community as a Resource
How can schools leverage the larger community resources to extend the learning time of the student? We help schools document the tangible and intangible resources that make up the social fabric of the larger community.
Scholarships & Interns
view communities as educational resources to be leveraged, not deficits to be remedied.