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Math.com is dedicated to providing revolutionary ways for students, parents, teachers, and everyone to learn math. Combining educationally sound principles with proprietary technology, Math.com offers a unique experience that quickly guides the user to the solutions they need and the products they want. These solutions include assessment, on-demand modular courses that target key math concepts, 24/7 live online tutoring, and expert answers to math questions. In addition to solutions, Math.com offers exploratory and recreational introductions to the world of math that will lead to deeper understanding and enjoyment. The range of services, products and solutions offered makes Math.com the single source for all math needs. Math.com is a division of Leap of Faith Financial Services Inc.

Meeting the needs of our members
Math.com was born out the need for improved math education throughout the world and the incredible power of the Internet. We plan on addressing the many different needs of our members:

Students By 2005 there will be 77 million children under 18 online. Results from the Third International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS) indicate U.S. students achieve poorly in mathematics compared to students of the rest of the world. Even American 12th grade students who take advanced mathematics courses performed substantially below students in most other nations.

Teachers During the next ten years, eighty percent of teachers will have grown up using the Internet. These teachers expect more from the Internet than is currently available. Math.com will offer teachers community, products and services that meet these increased expectations.

Parents Parents are increasingly concerned about and involved with their children's education. Whether homeschooling or supplementing their child's school studies, parents now have access to vast resources that were previously unreachable.

Businesses Each year, companies in the United States spend $4.3 billion on remedial math education for employees.

Adult Learning Currently 7.2 million adults use the Internet for education and this number is growing at a rate of 62% a year.

Research

  • Computereconomics.com, 3 May 1999.
  • The Widmeyer Baker Group, "Why Mathematics?" Figure This!, 15 June 1999.
  • Latham, Glen I., The Hidden Cost of Teaching, Educational.
  • CEO Forum, "Education and Technology," 1999.
  • Quality Education Data, "Internet Usage in Public School," 1999.
  • Training, Industry Report, October 1994 p. 29.
  • Critical Trends Among Pre-Adult Americans, Youth Markets ALERT, June 1999

 

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