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Dear Academic Approach Families and Colleagues:

After spending more and more time tutoring my own children in math—and talking to my students about maintaining their math progress—I have math in mind.

Math Facts
New research and projections show us the potential for learning loss in this time frame is significant–especially in math, where students may lose more than half the content they’d learned in the previous year. While our first priority is to support students’ physical and emotional needs, we need to provide the time and space to more effectively learn while at home this spring and summer.

Soon, we will be offering new math enrichment modules from our expert instructors to support our students in retaining their math skills and better preparing to return to school in the fall. We’re also offering free webinars and curriculum materials to schools on the e-learning best practices we’ve developed so that they can support their instructors in developing effective lessons.

Be well,

Matthew Pietrafetta, Ph.D., Founder & CEO

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