Basic math skills are essential for everyday success in all walks of life.
Children (and adults) with good math foundation make more informed decisions.
Students benefit the most when schools, families and technologies come together.
Education tools work best when they benefit those needing help and those wanting challenge.
Math foundation is best strengthened early in childhood.
Math skill set that is fundamental to our daily decisions is our priority.
Unlike math concept learning that may be done visually, math skill building is most effective with paper and pencil.
Best education tools are simple to use, improve specific skills, and reach out to all.
Provide primary attention to elementary school children's needs in math skill building.
Guide systematic skill development with essential numbers (whole numbers, fractions, decimals) and fundamental operations (additions, subtractions, multiplications, divisions) that fuel most of our daily decisions.
Use internet technology to deliver math tools; encourage paper and pencil use to improve math skills.
Develop math programs for school wide and at home use.
Keep it simple, affordable, and to the point for students, teachers, and families.