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Terry Kaufman Named 2018 Small Business Person of the Year by the Greater Plantation Chamber of Commerce

(May 14, 2018) In honor of Small Business Week, the Greater Plantation Chamber of Commerce named IMACS President Terry Kaufman as the 2018 Small Business Person of the Year!

Online Math Program for Talented Students Doubles Enrollment in Florida’s Broward County Public Schools

(October 23, 2017)  Broward County Public Schools has doubled the number of mathematically talented middle school students enrolled in the Elements of Mathematics: Foundations (EMF) online math program.

Meet Terry Kaufman of Institute for Mathematics & Computer Science

(September 8, 2017)  Today we’d like to introduce you to Terry Kaufman.

Math & Computer Science Program Awards $25,000 in Scholarships to Celebrate 25 Years Serving Talented Students

(July 13, 2017) IMACS celebrates 25 years of serving talented children by awarding more than $25,000 in scholarships to attend its South Florida after-school program or enroll in its online courses.

Broward County Schools to Expand Online Math Program for Gifted Students

(August 2, 2016) Florida’s Broward County Public Schools will expand its use of IMACS’ online math program for gifted students from about 40 students to several hundred over the next few years.

Teen Scientist’s Foundation Sends 20 Students to Math & Computer Science Camp

(July 26, 2016) The Multiplied Foundation Fund of the Community Foundation of Broward gave a grant of $5,000 to provide full scholarships worth over $10,000 for 20 students to enroll in the Institute For Mathematics and Computer Science IMACS’ Hi-Tech Summer Camp.

Florida Scientist, 12, Wows Obama with ‘Sandless Sandbag’

(May 28, 2014) IMACS student Peyton Robertson, 12, wowed President Obama with a timely invention: a lightweight “sandless sandbag” designed to hold back salt-water flooding and rising seas.

Making Math ‘So Much Fun’

(October 1, 2013) In honor of its 20th anniversary, the Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science, known as IMACS, is giving away 20 scholarships.

IMACS Awards 20 Scholarships to Celebrate 20 Years in Business

(August 27, 2013) IMACS – acclaimed for fostering lifelong problem-solving and critical thinking skills – celebrates 20 years of serving talented children by awarding 20 scholarships to attend its South Florida after-school math program.

Broward Summer Camps Offer a Range of Interests

(April 19, 2013) Summer camp is no longer just a place to park your kids between school sessions. Today’s camps help kids expand their minds, try out an artistic talent or get back to nature.

Math, Computer Program Challenges Kids, Teens

(October 23, 2011) Now in her 10th year, Laura Faucette, a mom of two, has been challenging hundreds of kids across the Triangle to excel in math and computer science.

Outsourced Education for Broward’s Home-Schooled Children

(August 26, 2009) Apparently, a growing number of Broward’s home-schooled children are receiving part of their education outside of home.

Math Program Extended

(September 14, 2007) A Plantation learning center that usually focuses on math prodigies decided to continue a program it started last year to help struggling math students.

Kids Dive into Tech Classes Outside School

(August 30, 2007) Students with a knack for computer programming and robotics can sharpen their skills at the Institute for Mathematics & Computer Science.

Not Your Father’s Camp

(June 29, 2007) For approximately 30 students, there was little fear of poison ivy or being eaten by a bear at summer camp last week. But the technology camp at Trinity Academy was a good opportunity to learn a thing or two.

Private Center for Gifted Students Adds Program for Those Who Struggle in Math

(April 25, 2007) One question often asked of those who run a math program for gifted children: If it’s so great, why don’t you do it for everybody?

Research Facility Gives Kids with Special Needs a Fun Challenge

(March 25, 2007) On a recent Friday, 12 math-challenged second-graders at an unusual school in Plantation were eagerly jumping up and down in their seats to solve math problems.