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Mathnasium provides $35,000 in funding to parent-teacher associations and schools for math nights

LOS ANGELES, January 19, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Mathnasium The Center for Mathematics Learning, North America leader in math-only supplemental education, has partnered with National PTA to provide $35,000 in funding to US schools and PTA organizations for Math Night events to be held during the 2021-2022 school year.

Math Night, one of Mathnasium’s mechanisms for teaching math in a fun and engaging way, uses hands-on learning experiences and fun games to inspire students’ interest in math, promote STEM literacy, and empower families to become actively involved in their children’s math education. .

Math Night events were created to support the PTA’s national STEM + Families initiative, of which Mathnasium is a founding sponsor. The initiative’s educational programs and financial aid have contributed to more than 100,000 STEM experiences for students and families across United States. And the Mathnasium-sponsored STEM + Families Math Night Math Grants have been instrumental in increasing engagement in math and STEM in general.

“We have partnered with National PTA for over five years and are proud of what we have accomplished with the STEM + Families initiative,” said Shant Assarian, CEO of Mathnasium. “Mathnasium’s mission to teach children math so they understand it, master it, and love it is accomplished through these activities, and we are happy to help fund and support them.”

Those interested in learning more about Mathnasium’s Math Night, the partnership with National PTA, school and community outreach efforts, and face-to-face live instruction can learn more by visiting them at

About Mathnasium
Mathnasium is North America main franchise of further education in mathematics only. Since 2002, the Mathnasium™ method – the result of decades of hands-on teaching and development – ​​has transformed the lives of children from K-12, helping them understand, master and love math. Mathnasium is changing the lives of over 100,000 children in neighborhood learning centers on five continents. To find out more, visit:

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Kari Keller, Mathnasium Learning Centers
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