Reading Genie Online Writing Contest for Grades 1-7! Win Exciting Prizes.

Math Genie is hosting an online writing competition for students in grades 1-7. Students can win exciting prizes. Contest graded in real time by teachers.

Will Schools Reopen This Year?

Governor Murphy announced "there is a chance" that schools in New Jersey could reopen before the end of the academic year." What does this mean for your child?

Worried Coronavirus Will Affect Your Child's Education? Fear Not -- Math Genie's Online Program Can Close the Gap!

As COVID-19 brings schools to a standstill, and raises questions of how and what our children will learn, Math Genie is here with its new online solution!

U.S. Students Require a Strong Focus on Advanced Math to Succeed in STEM

As the world globalizes, the demand for STEM jobs is growing, but U.S. students are struggling to keep up with STEM requirements, especially across minorities.

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All About Fractions (Part 2)

A brief introduction to mixed fractions and improper fractions. Includes pictorial representations and example problems

all the math of the 4th grade

Has Your Child Met the 4th Grade Math Common Core Standards?

Did your child perform well in math this year? Fourth grade can be a very tricky year for many students. The Common Core standards increase and the math gets more complex. Find out if your child has met all of the fourth grade Common Core math standards and what to do if they haven't

is your child ready for fourth grade?

Has Your Child Met the 3rd Grade Math Common Core Standards?

Did your child learn everything from third grade math this year? In third grade, students are introduced to division and its relationship to multiplication, fractions, area, and perimeter. In fourth grade, your child will be expected to know these basics. Let Math Genie help your child prepare for next year.

The PARCC is being phased out sooner than we thought

Standardized Testing & Graduation: From HSPA to NJSLA

The questions and concerns surrounding PARCC might finally be coming to a close. New developments say that PARCC will no longer be a graduation requirement for high school students. We are all eager to see what will happen next. Click here to learn more.

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All About Fractions (Part 1)

A brief introduction to fractions and their relations. Includes tables and real world examples

NJ Mathematics SLS for Grade 5

The NJ Department of Education Complete Mathematics Student Learning Standards for Grade 5

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