Photo courtesy of MoMath

(l-r) Audrey Lee, American Dream Charter School teacher; Jose Alvarez, American Dream Charter School mathematics teacher and Cindy Lawrence, MoMath CEO and executive director.

By Robert Wirsing

Bronx Times

The National Museum of Mathematics, the only math museum in North America, honored Jose Alvarez’s middle school class from American Dream Charter School in the Bronx as the museum’s one millionth visitor.

They presented the school with a certificate during a public celebration last week at the museum.

Posted 12:00 am, July 1, 2019

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