Highlights of our amazing summer program!
A Bridge to Calculus—and to a Better World
ABOUT THE PROGRAM
Bridge to Calculus was founded by Northeastern professor Dr. Robert Case to empower children from Boston’s underserved communities to succeed in advanced math classes.
This program is built on the need to address racial and social justice issues as they affect Boston’s youth. What distinguishes this program from others is the collaboration between Boston Public School teachers, Northeastern faculty, undergraduate students, graduate students, and alumni of the program—who all come together to craft and deliver the Bridge to Calculus.
CONNECTING THE BOSTON COMMUNITY
MATH QUESTION CENTER
Revisit Calculus Field Day 2021!
“we have an excellent organization.”
“a wonderful program.”
“learned so much from it.”
“happy for our students doing well.”
“it is like a family.”
“students grew a lot through joining it.”
“If I didn’t get involved with Bridge to Calculus, I might not be here at Northeastern today.”
From Bob Case
“This program fits so well with the university’s mission in the city, the centrality of math as a civil rights instrument for city kids, and our long history.”
Read Bob’s Bio
They came for the Calculus. They stayed for the competition.
Teaching Boston's brightest