What an eventful week! Our latest song, 99 Math Problems, was released 5 days ago, and has already been featured in NBC’s Local 4 News in Detroit! The song has received nearly 400,000 views on Facebook, as well as an additional 40,000 on YouTube. It has been featured on the Homepage of the National Tutoring Association, among others. It is available here for a free download, or to support the cause in the process, you can buy it on iTunes for 99 cents (Get it, 99? coincidence? I think not!).
This is already MC SKULE‘s most popular song (crossing the quarter million views that Let’s Go Out and Vote received). It features Anna Hilliard and IV Green. It’s so much easier to surpass your prior work when you have a bigger, loving, SKULE family on your side – which now includes 25 of the most adorable children who were featured in the video, including their families and loved ones.
The song aims to teach students that math is something they shouldn’t be afraid of. They also shouldn’t feel bad if they make silly mistakes in math. Often times, students get discouraged because of silly mistakes they make at a young age, and then they give up on math early on in the process. As the song says, “If you get a problem wrong, don’t give up or stop yearning – because mistakes are proof that you are learning.”
Getting straight to the point, here’s the thing: We need your help. We are a non-profit, and our only revenue stream is donations. The songs cost money to produce, and we need your help to be able to continue this work. Even a small donation would go a long way. Please visit our donation page, watch the cute video of students explaining what they got out of being in the song, and please help us out in whatever way you can. There are also some cool prize options if you look at the right sidebar while you scroll down. Please feel free to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions, concerns, ideas, or words of support.
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