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ALearn partners with organizations and corporations to inspire low-performing students to achieve math and college success. 

  • Hispanic Foundation of Silicon Valley (HFSV)
    We partner with HFSV for joint community outreach, fundraising, and teaching assistant recruitment.

  • San Jose State University MESA Schools Program (Mathematics, Engineering, Science Achievement)

    SJSU helps organize campus tours to San Jose State University which include tour guides, college student panel, guest speakers, and entertainment.

  • Resource Area for Teachers (RAFT)

    Our MAP summer and MAP+ after-school programs works with RAFT to secure hands-on activity kits and training to teachers.

  • Santa Clara County Office of Education
    Math subject matter experts help design our math and college readiness curriculum. SCCOE also helps with designing teacher training, assessment tools and processes to evaluate student outcomes.

  • Santa Clara University 
    SCU Math Education Department has worked with ALearn to develop a student attitudinal survey for pre- and post-program analysis. The Admissions Department helps organize campus tours for MAP and Catalyst students which include tour guides, college students panel, and guest speakers. 

  • West Ed  
    This non-profit research firm holds a data repository for student data that helps us track student academic achievement through high school.

  • Khan Academy
    This partner is a leading provider of web-based curriculum consisting of math exercises and videos for MAP and MAP+ programs.

  • Think Together 
    We work with Think Together, an afterschool program provider, to leverage the resources of their staff to work towards an integrated after-school program for the same base of students at selected school sites. 

  • City of San Jose, Department of Recreation  
    This partnership also leverages the resources of their after-school staff and their student base for an integrated extended learning day.

  • Corporations 
    Leading local corporations partner with ALearn to provide funding, technology, and volunteers in the classroom.