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Most people never get the chance to see how brilliant they can be...

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John Mighton on CBC’s The Current

John Mighton was recently interviewed about his new book, All Things Being Equal, and JUMP Math by CBC’s Matt Galloway. Hear the interview here.

The right formula: Why math is the key to a more equitable society

JUMP Math founder John Mighton Globe & Mail op-ed 19/01/2020: To read the article click here.

All Things Being Equal: Why Math is the Key to a Better World

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’...

Sick Kids and OISE research illustrates JUMP efficacy

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.

John Mighton awarded Honorary Doctorate of Science

Dr. Mighton, as well as a four other exceptional individuals, received this honour on June 19 from the University of Winnipeg.

Gerry Connelly, former Director of Education for the TDSB, joins JUMP Math Board of Directors

JUMP Math is pleased to announce that Gerry Connelly has been appointed to the JUMP Math Board of Directors

JUMP Math Receives Tier 1 Approval from Louisiana

We are thrilled to announce that all of JUMP Math’s K-5 resources have received Tier 1 approval from the State of Louisiana.  Their detailed reviews can be found on the state’s Tiered Review webpage. 

Top 10 Impact Charity 2018 & 2017

Charity Intelligence Canada has recognized JUMP Math as one of Canada’s Top 10 Impact Charities for the second year in a row. This is a measurement of JUMP Math’s impact through Social Return on Investment (SROI). Read more.

JUMP Math featured in Quartz

This new article highlights how we help students (and adults) dispel the myth that they are "bad at math." Read it here.