Here are some math education resources that we would like to share with you:
- Washington University Math Circle
Professor Blake Thornton of Washington University runs a cool program that meets on Sundays. While this is primarily aimed toward middle school students, high school students are encouraged to attend as well.
IMACS provides programming for elementary school students that leads directly into the MEGSSS program material. The also provide other after-school enrichment in computer programming and other math-related topics. Unlike MEGSSS, IMACS is a “for profit” company. Doug Hunt, the local director of IMACS, is a MEGSSS alum.
- Southern Baptist University Math Links
This link is to Dr. Kevin Hopkins listing of math-related websites and resources. Dr. Hopkins refers St. Louis students to us and has a link to MEGSSS on this page. Thanks, Dr. Hopkins!
- Khan Academy Math Resources
These are excellent math resources for more advanced math students. Khan Academy is a 501(c)3 with a mission of providing a world-class education to anyone, anywhere.
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