Every child can learn math and love it.
JUMP Math is a non-profit that empowers teachers to multiply the potential in every classroom through research-informed, curriculum-aligned resources and approaches that ignite and nurture an enduring understanding and appreciation of math in every student.
COVID-19 & Distance Learning
Educators, parents and students are facing a challenging situation during this pandemic. We are fully committed to providing support, resources, and services to help students continue along their educational paths. Visit our Special Resource Hub for resources to support teaching and learning for the 2020-2021 school year.
JUMP Math is pleased to announce the appointment of Ken Aucoin, as Chief Executive Officer. Ken is an accomplished leader in the charitable sector and has held leadership roles with local, national and global charitable organizations. Read more here.
Listen as Dr. Mighton teaches a lesson to students, and shares how caregivers can help their children by having fun, building their confidence, and thinking about how to explain things simply if children are stuck with a concept.
Struggling with how to explain math worksheets while your kids are schooling from home?
— CBC Radio: The Current (@TheCurrentCBC) April 28, 2020
Mathematics is a universal way to communicate, to solve problems, to see and understand beauty. It is also the language of the future. I apologize for whoever harmed mathematics for you. I’m sorry that person stole something so magical, so powerful from you.” Read Sasha Gollish’s review of ‘All Things Being Equal” here
Recognize this line from 'Good Will Hunting'? Read the back story, click here
JUMP Math founder John Mighton Globe & Mail op-ed 19/01/2020: To read the article click here.
Congratulations to our Founder, Dr. John Mighton, on the release of his book, ‘All Things Being Equal: Why Math is the Key to a Better World’... Read more
Performance by JUMP Math students was found to be at or significantly above that of a control group in a newly published paper by a research team from The Hospital for Sick Children and the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto. Read more