Why is JUMP Math High impact?
Charity Intelligence has rated JUMP Math a High impact charity. You have probably seen its impact rating displayed as a grid on our website. It looks like this:
The graph is a simple plot showing the charity's impact with a red dot. The vertical axis shows our estimate of a charity's effectiveness, its proven impact per dollar, relative to the data quality on the horizontal axis. The graph tries to keep impact simple.
But what makes JUMP Math high impact? As opposed to most education charities, JUMP Math doesn’t tutor or support students in after-school learning. Rather the charity aims to infiltrate classrooms directly with its own JUMP Math curriculum for teaching and learning math. The charity's textbooks and teacher resources are that much better at teaching kids math.
Read Charity Intelligence's report on how we measure JUMP Math's impact.
This impact report walks you through the details of how we assess JUMP Math's impact. It outlines the economic variables that create the total social value created and breaks down where these social values come from.
Charity Intelligence estimates JUMP Math creates between $9 million and $170 million, with a best estimate of $13 million in social value each year by improving students' math abilities and thus increasing the likelihood they graduate from high school. We calculate a $1 donation to JUMP Math creates $3 of social value.
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