Math Night Professional Learning

What We Do:  Strengthen families, schools, and communities by providing:

*Math & Family resources

*Blog for parents and teachers

*Math Nights for Schools (parents, kids, teachers)

*Math Night Professional Learning

   for Teachers

*Free Math Night Curriculum

*Math Library (curriculum/manipulatives) 1 semester checkout

*PL   for online math instruction

*GED Instructor Training

MAPS Math Library now open! Check out math curriculum, teaching resources, research on teaching, and parent resources. The checkout period is one semester at 2000 W McIntosh Rd, Griffin, GA 30223; 770-228-2711.


Math Nights!


Spotlight on the Math for Adults Foundation

May 27 12:00pm-1:00pm Eastern

When Will I Ever Use This? Learn how the Math for Adults Foundation is equipping parents, teachers, and kids to answer this question through virtual math nights. 

Bring your lunch for this free virtual event Sponsored by Thrivent Financial.

Register in advance for this meeting at


Math for Adults Foundation
Executive Director Andrea Knapp

Customized Virtual Math Night
7:30-9 pm Eastern, 10 min break @8:10
School Pricing-$400 (1 instructor)
                           $500 (1 virtual, 1 f2f instructor)
*Matching grants available up to $200*
Information Video
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  • YouTube
Virtual Family Math Enrichment
Thursdays 1:30-2:00 pm Eastern
$12/session-1 device
Virtual Family Math Tutoring
$25/half-hour/device grades K-9
$35/half-hour/device grades 10-12
$50/half-hour drop-in virtual office hours

Does Parental Attitude Toward Mathematics Impact Student Achievement? See our presentation

University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point Report

2013-2014 Math gets hands on...

Oakland Elementary, Henry Co

"When are we ever going to use this?" An overflow crowd of 250 parents, children, and teachers attended a Math Night at Oakland Elementary on November 14 to answer this question. The participants were challenged with "Where are fractions, decimals, and percents used in everday life?" They also investigated puzzles, and wrote math word problems about life at home. The evening ended with principal Walter Shields announcing door prizes and an ice cream party for the class with the most participants. The event was arranged by Oakland Elementary staff and was facilitated by Dr. Andrea Knapp, Executive Director of the Math for Adults Foundation.