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© 2018 Baltimore Algebra Project

Baltimore Algebra Project 


235 N. Holliday St 

Baltimore, MD 21202  

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We as a youth led organization have a goal for the youth of Baltimore city. Our goal is to ensure that all students have access to quality education. This includes learning and mastering advanced math. We value the intelligence of Baltimore City Youth by paying a living wage to teach math to their peers and training their existing leadership skills. We support their vision for a  more equitable Baltimore and beyond. Quality Education, adequate employment, proper healthcare, and safety is the right of every Baltimore City Youth.


The National Student Bill of Rights was compiled in 2007 at a Free Minds, Free People conference by the Baltimore Algebra Project & other Grassroots organizations. They are a list of rights that students across the nation should have, but don't & can be found here.


We have different tutoring sites around Baltimore city, aiming to ensure math literacy among youth, & encourage youth employment through our peer-to-peer tutoring method. Sites include Polytechnic Institute, Baltimore Design School, & Frederick Douglass High School. Students can also be tutored right here at our office!


Our organizers are youth who show potential to lead a crowd and make a difference. Their duties include attending regularly scheduled meetings, putting together actions, & engaging & connecting to communities around the city. 


Volunteering at the Algebra Project is easy & fun! Can't dedicate a set amount of time? No problem. Our volunteers are committed high school & college students who want to make a change & gain service learning at the same time. From administrative tasks to ground work, you're bound to gain some organizing skills.