An Online Middle School Curriculum
for Mathematically Talented Minds
EMF
Affordable. Scalable. Proven

Highly talented mathematics students need nurturing, and that does not mean just giving them the next curriculum faster! EMF is the solution.


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About EMF

Elements of Mathematics: Foundations (EMF) is an online curriculum designed for mathematically talented students that covers Pre-Algebra, Algebra, Geometry, Precalculus and beyond in grades 6–8.

EMF Offers Proven Solutions That Work for All Stakeholders …

… Because Schools and Districts Need to Allocate Resources Wisely

  • Covers Pre-Algebra through Precalculus and beyond in grades 6-8.
  • Exceeds all national and state math standards.
  • Learning Management Systems integration.
  • Scalable for any sized district.
  • Affordable.

… Because Teachers Want All Students to Learn and Grow

  • Stretches the brightest students by challenging them at their ability level.
  • Effective in-class differentiation.
  • No additional teacher training required.
  • Automatic grading, online gradebook and weekly progress reports.
  • Free up time to work with non-EMF students.

Partner Schools, Districts and Organizations

Join the growing ranks of school, districts and organizations providing talented students with the most advanced secondary school mathematics curriculum available today!

  • Barrington 220 Community Unit School District, Illinois
  • Broward County Public Schools, Florida
  • Collier County Public Schools, Florida
  • Fairbanks North Star Borough School District, Alaska
  • Madison School District, Arizona
  • Pembroke Pines Charter School, Florida
  • Project MEGSSS, Missouri
  • Scheck Hillel Community School, Florida
  • St. Mark's Episcopal School, Texas

Free Trial & Licensing

Licensing fees for institutions such as school districts and traditional schools vary according to the number of students enrolled in EMF. Please complete the form below to request more information or a free trial of EMF.

Homeschool? Visit www.EMFmath.com.

Frequently Asked Questions

Questions? schools@EMFmath.com
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