The Bard Math Circle is a mathematics enrichment program for upper elementary and middle school students, families, and teachers. The Bard Math Circle bridges the gap between academic and recreational mathematics; critical thinking skills learned here are applicable both at school and in general.
Manhattan-Ogden: USD 383, is a Kansas Public School District consisting of twelve Pre-K-12 Schools. Their mission is to educate each student to be a contributing citizen and life-long learner in a changing and diverse society. They are committed to providing the best educational experience for their students in a safe and supportive environment in order to ensure their current and future academic and social success.
The goal of the Navajo Nation Math Circle Project (NNMCP) is to develop and demonstrate the math circle concept in the Native American community in order to attract more Native Americans into STEM fields, specifically the field of mathematics.
The NNMCP includes three major components: after school programs at a number of schools on the reservation, teacher development programs, and a two-week summer program. The program is co-directed by Tatiana Shubin (San Jose State University), Henry Fowler (Diné College), and David Auckly (Kansas State University).
The Speyer Legacy School is a K-8 independent school with a unique focus on accelerated learners. Speyer has always provided an unparalleled environment for accelerated learners, understanding that accelerated learners are happier and achieve more when offered a curriculum tailored to their specific abilities, and when surrounded with other high-achieving children.