Is Algebra Nation really free?
Yes! Algebra Nation is available at no cost to all public school students in South Carolina, thanks to a partnership with the South Carolina State Legislature.
How is Algebra Nation different from other resources?
Algebra Nation’s videos break down each featured problem and allow you to select your own Study Expert, so you can move at a pace and with a teaching style that works for you. And, with your accompanying workbook, you can also follow along with each problem. If you get stuck, you can ask questions on the interactive Wall and, if you want extra practice before a test, you can use the Test Yourself! Practice Tool, too! No other tool offers such comprehensive, standards aligned materials to support all kinds of learners.
This sounds great, but does it work?
For information on Algebra Nation’s mission and the impact Algebra Nation has on student learning, check out our About Us and Impact pages. We are proud of the results we’ve had to date, but there’s always room for us to improve. If you have any ideas on how we can make our resources even better for you and the students you serve, let us know by emailing help@AlgebraNation.com. We’d love to hear from you!
The videos aren’t loading. What do I do?
Make sure you are using the latest versions of Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox to watch the Algebra Nation videos. These browsers work the best with Algebra Nation. If you see a red or yellow button appear as you watch the videos, your connection may be too slow and you may need to find a stronger internet connection. For more troubleshooting tips, visit AlgebraNation.com/help.
I have an idea that I want to share with Algebra Nation. How can I submit it?
We LOVE to hear great ideas from students, and we rely on your feedback to improve our resources. Email us anytime at help@AlgebraNation.com or post your thoughts on the Wall. Follow us on social media by searching @AlgebraNationSC (Twitter) or AlgebraNationSC (Facebook). Post a tweet about your favorite tutor, a photo showing a great grade from a quiz or test, or any other exciting math accomplishments. Videos are welcome too!