Striving to help students globally and locally from economically disadvantaged backgrounds receive support in their math education.
The Math Outreach program was founded by Amaya Ghoshal, a student of Monte Vista High school in Danville, CA in June of 2018. The program is part of the a non-profit corporation called Learning Outreach, a non-profit 501(C)(3) incorporated in 2019. The primary objective of Learning Outreach is to provide educational aide to economically disadvantaged children both locally and globally. Learning Outreach provides math, english, and support for art programs to schools and programs in need. For more information please email LearningOutreachLO@gmail.com.
Homeless Shelter - 8th grader - May 2019 "Nick’s latest progress report card: he’s turned D’s and F’s into B-‘s and a C. Amaya (and Math Outreach) definitely shares the credit for that."
Koinonia Education Center - Bongo, Kudu and Addax class - June 2019 "Thank you Math Outreach for coming all the way from CA USA to Kenya. You spent your time with us and it was so fun learning about telling time and fractions with the learning material you brought for us."
Salama Gachie Community Center - Nairobi, Kenya - June 2019 "The schools will benefit tremendously from the essential supplies that you brought here. Thank you for your time volunteering to teach us how to use base ten blocks, use whiteboards, and learn fractions. Thank you so much."