The Algebra Project

July 1998
Mothering;Jul/Aug98, Issue 89, p36
Presents information on the Algebra Project conceived by civil rights leader Robert Moses for middle schoolers at the Brinkley Middle School in Mississippi. Emphasis of the project; Five-step process used on the project; How the project will help poor youngsters; National evaluation of the project.


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