John Mighton won the Egerton Ryerson Award for Dedication to Public Education in 2016, an annual Canadian award that recognizes those who actively advocate for strong public education.
We’re one of the six winners of the 2016 WISE (World Innovation Summit for Education) Awards, an initiative of the Qatar Foundation, which recognizes the world’s most innovative educational projects. Read more.
The U.S. Department of Education has funded a project led by researchers at Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children to look at how elementary students fare in math using the current Ontario curriculum and comparing it to the JUMP Math program.
JUMP Math's founder, John Mighton is published in the February 2014 edition of Notices of the AMS (American Mathematical Society). Read the article, "JUMP Math: Multiplying Potential".
JUMP Math is featured in two articles in the New York Times. David Bornstein writes, "...the experience of some educators in Canada and England, using a curriculum called Jump Math, suggests that we seriously underestimate the potential of most students and teachers. It's hard to imagine what society might look like if we could undermine the math hierarchies that get solidified in grade school". Read A Better Way to Teach Math and Read When Math Makes Sense (To Everyone).