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Math52 reaches Kickstarter goal

Math52, a project by Mathalicious to “offer a fresh vision of what it means to teach math”, has surpassed its Kickstarter funding goal, which means that the project will receive the pledged money and can go ahead. At the time of writing, over $36,500 have been raised, well over the target of $27,000.

The aim is to “create a new video exploring a unique application of math in everyday life” each week for a year. The Kickstarter closes on Saturday the 16th of June, so there’s still time to throw some money into the pot and get what I assume is a discounted year’s subscription to all the material they produce.

Information: Math52 on Kickstarter

Source: Keith Devlin on Twitter

Previously: Math52: A Fresh Way to Teach?

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