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Ever thought about the impact of giving? At the Algebra Project, our work is made possible by a network of grassroots donors making small, regular donations. Your support, big or small, helps us create a world where math literacy isn’t a luxury but an expectation for all children.

Your donation is more than a number. Our funding landscape includes essential support from site development and research grants. However, the unpredictability of these sources underscores the critical need for a reliable pool of donors like you. Your generous support isn’t just about stabilizing our present; it’s an investment in our dynamic future. While our current financial footing is solid, your contributions act as catalysts for growth, innovation, and sustained impact. Your funds are instrumental in developing cutting-edge curriculum, embracing transformative technology-assisted experiential learning, and training the next generation of professional development specialists. By investing in us, you’re propelling the Algebra Project toward new horizons and ensuring a lasting legacy of mathematical empowerment for years to come.

To all of our donors, we thank you. If you haven’t donated, consider the gift of giving this holiday season. You can also show your support by signing up for our newsletter.

From everyone at the Algebra Project,
Thank you

Transforming Math Education for All our Nation’s Children

At the Algebra Project, we believe that in the 21st century every child has a civil right to secure math literacy – the ability to read, write and reason with the symbol systems of mathematics.

The Algebra Project INC.

The Algebra Project uses mathematics literacy as an organizing tool to guarantee quality public school education for all children in the United States of America.

In the 1960s, it wasn’t radical to do voter registration per se. What was radical was to mount an insurgency to ensure that Black sharecroppers in the Mississippi Delta voted. In the morning dawn of the 21st century, it isn’t radical to do algebra per se. What is radical is to mount insurgencies to ensure that students at the bottom get the literacies they need.

Bob Moses (1935 - 2021)

Founder and President, The Algebra Project, Inc

AP Team

Bob Moses

Founder, In Memoriam


Ben Moynihan

Executive Director

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Edwige Kenmegne

Director of Finance & Accounting

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Bill Crombie

Director of Professional Development

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