The University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) Curtis Center for Mathematics and Teaching will create a mentorship program to motivate students at the Barack Obama Global Preparation Academy (BOGPA) to improve their performance in mathematics by positioning students on small research teams investigating a mathematics problem arising in the environmental science of their community, human biology or aerospace engineering, with mentorship by UCLA and SpaceX BlackX mathematicians of color.

 

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The UCLA Curtis Center for Mathematics and Teaching works to provide an ever-increasing number of U.S. students access to an internationally bench-marked, world-class mathematics education.

The Curtis Center creates, disseminates, and applies knowledge of K-12 mathematics, mathematics teaching, and mathematics assessment to help more students be able to understand the mathematics they are learning and apply it in their home, school and work life.

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