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In Honor of Veterans Day Think Through Math to Match Student Donations

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…what better way to emphasize our commitment to charity than by donating to the Wounded Warrior Project in honor of Veteran's Day.

Think Through Learning, authors of the award-winning Think Through Math (TTM), a web-based math instructional system for grades 3 through Algebra 1, announced today that in honor of Veteran’s day and in support of its charitable donations program, the company will be matching all donations made by participating students and classes to the Wounded Warrior Project between November 5th and November 11th, up to $10,000. Points for math lessons completed in the evening and over the weekend will be included in this special matching program.

TTM’s charitable donations program provides students with the opportunity to convert the points they earn by completing math lessons into dollars that they can donate to one of TTM’s several featured charities. TTM’s charitable giving program has resulted in tens of thousands of dollars in annual donations to featured charities across the U.S, including The Wounded Warrior Project. The charitable component of TTM has been embraced by schools across the country, many of which are contending with their own socioeconomic challenges.

The Wounded Warrior Project’s mission is to raise awareness and enlist the public's aid for the needs of injured service members, to help injured service members aid and assist each other, and to provide unique, direct programs and services to meet the needs of injured service members.

“Our points for charity program is a critical part of Think Through Math’s overall motivational strategy, and what better way to emphasize this commitment than by donating to the Wounded Warrior Project in honor of Veteran’s Day,” said Kevin McAliley, CEO, Think Through Math. “While improving math skills may be the primary focus of TTM, by providing TTM students the opportunity to donate their hard-earned THINK points back to charity, we are also helping to foster lifelong decision-making and citizenship skills.”
Studies show that providing children with the opportunity to contribute to charity, instead of redeeming rewards for themselves, develops decision-making skills, boosts confidence and lays the groundwork for a lifetime of philanthropic thinking and practice.

Think Through Math is a web-based system for grades 3 through Algebra I with engaging and rigorous adaptive lessons built upon state standards, as well as the Common Core standards, and supported by the unique functionality of on-line math teachers to assist struggling students. The system’s multi-tiered motivation increases engagement, builds self-esteem and fosters deep conceptual understanding for sustainable improvements in outcomes. With proven results from over 2.5 million enrolled students, Think Through Math has received numerous awards since its introduction.

About Think Through Learning & Think Through Math
Think Through Learning is a company of passionate and committed U.S. math teachers, software engineers and educational innovators whose mission is to help kids learn how to think mathematically. At Think Through Learning, we know that success in mathematics transforms how students perform in school and beyond. Our vision of effective education: a motivating blend of adaptive instruction on higher order thinking skills and on-demand online “instant 1:1 interventions” from LIVE, state-certified U.S. math teachers wherever a student is – school, home or elsewhere - at the precise moment that they need assistance. In 2014, students on Think Through Math will do approximately one billion complex math problems and receive millions of live personalized “just-in-time teaching” sessions. The 2014 and 2012 recipient of the SIIA CODiE Award for Best Mathematics Instructional Solution, Think Through Math is recognized as the industry’s most respected and fastest-growing supplemental math curriculum. Since its launch in 2012, Think Through Math has become a critical part of the RTI, STEM, and 1:1 strategies of thousands of districts and schools across the country, including some of the largest districts in the United States.

Think Through Learning, authors of the award-winningk Through Math (TTM), a web-based math instructional system for grades 3 through Algebra 1, announced today that in honor of Veteran’s day and in support of its charitable donations program, the company will be matching all donations made by participating students and classes to the Wounded Warrior Project between November 5th and November 11th, up to $10,000. Points for math lessons completed in the evening and over the weekend will be included in this special matching program.

TTM’s charitable donations program provides students with the opportunity to convert the points they earn by completing math lessons into dollars that they can donate to one of TTM’s several featured charities. TTM’s charitable giving program has resulted in tens of thousands of dollars in annual donations to featured charities across the U.S, including The Wounded Warrior Project. The charitable component of TTM has been embraced by schools across the country, many of which are contending with their own socioeconomic challenges.

The Wounded Warrior Project’s mission is to raise awareness and enlist the public's aid for the needs of injured service members, to help injured service members aid and assist each other, and to provide unique, direct programs and services to meet the needs of injured service members.

“Our points for charity program is a critical part of Think Through Math’s overall motivational strategy, and what better way to emphasize this commitment than by donating to the Wounded Warrior Project in honor of Veteran’s Day,” said Kevin McAliley, CEO, Think Through Math. “While improving math skills may be the primary focus of TTM, by providing TTM students the opportunity to donate their hard-earned THINK points back to charity, we are also helping to foster lifelong decision-making and citizenship skills.”
Studies show that providing children with the opportunity to contribute to charity, instead of redeeming rewards for themselves, develops decision-making skills, boosts confidence and lays the groundwork for a lifetime of philanthropic thinking and practice.

Think Through Math is a web-based system for grades 3 through Algebra I with engaging and rigorous adaptive lessons built upon state standards, as well as the Common Core standards, and supported by the unique functionality of on-line math teachers to assist struggling students. The system’s multi-tiered motivation increases engagement, builds self-esteem and fosters deep conceptual understanding for sustainable improvements in outcomes. With proven results from over 2.5 million enrolled students, Think Through Math has received numerous awards since its introduction.

About Think Through Learning & Think Through Math
Think Through Learning is a company of passionate and committed U.S. math teachers, software engineers and educational innovators whose mission is to help kids learn how to think mathematically. At Think Through Learning, we know that success in mathematics transforms how students perform in school and beyond. Our vision of effective education: a motivating blend of adaptive instruction on higher order thinking skills and on-demand online “instant 1:1 interventions” from LIVE, state-certified U.S. math teachers wherever a student is – school, home or elsewhere - at the precise moment that they need assistance. In 2014, students on Think Through Math will do approximately one billion complex math problems and receive millions of live personalized “just-in-time teaching” sessions. The 2014 and 2012 recipient of the SIIA CODiE Award for Best Mathematics Instructional Solution, Think Through Math is recognized as the industry’s most respected and fastest-growing supplemental math curriculum. Since its launch in 2012, Think Through Math has become a critical part of the RTI, STEM, and 1:1 strategies of thousands of districts and schools across the country, including some of the largest districts in the United States.

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