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The Algebra Project.

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Amy and Juan are joined by Robert Moses who founded the Algebra Project as a way to empower through education. Literacy has always been important for the disenfranchised looking to improve their lives. Moses believes that math is approaching literacy in importance. He speaks with Amy and Juan about The Algebra Project which seeks to educate under privileged youth about math.

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- Robert Moses–Founder and president of The Algebra Project

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