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Math is either hated or loved. Just like the subject itself, it doesn't really have a grey area between the two emotions ... except at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.
St. Jude parent and Math-A-Thon coordinator Catherine Greenslade writes a letter to all coordinators explaining their importance.
St. Jude parent and Math-A-Thon coordinator, Catherine Greenslade and her daughter, Emily Miller explain the changes in their lives that began with Emily's diagnosis.
Internet-based bonus problems are one exciting feature of the new Math-A-Thon Funbooks.
This school year millions of youngsters around the country are going to pitch in and help other children in the battle against childhood catastrophic diseases. And they are going to do it one math problem at a time.
New version may increase participation.
Assemblies should excite the student body while teaching students the impact of their participation.
Math-A-Thon becomes part of school's character-building plan
Tennessee Math-A-Thon coordinator draws inspiration from her nephew's fight against cancer.
A trip to St. Jude Hospital in Memphis helps bring Math-A-Thon efforts into focus for Louisiana teacher.
This past summer, Math-A-Thon coordinator Tonda Thomas and fellow coordinator Debbie Miller, both of Murray, Kentucky, were honored as Volunteers of the Year for their longstanding commitment to the Math-A-Thon program.
Top 10 reasons to do Math-A-Thon
Built on the principle of helping teach children math skills while simultaneously showing them how to help those in need, Math-A-Thon has become one of the pillars that sustains St. Jude.