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About The OTLF

The On-Track Learning Foundation (OTLF) is an educational non-profit 501©(3) organization dedicated to the advancement of science,technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), with a focus on foster kids and disadvantaged youth.

Qualified individuals, such as technicians, teachers and engineers give detailed step-by-step instructions on how to build a remote control car to specification.

The project begins with construction of the chassis of the car kit. After the chassis construction process is complete, the post kit construction phase begins. Post kit construction phase focuses strongly on the implementation of science and math.

Each participant will have their progress recorded in order to track math, science and technology progress. The construction and post construction phases are estimated to take 9-11 weeks to complete.

According to a recent study by the National Science Foundation, there is a correlation between lower achievement in math and weak training mathematically, of teachers in the United States.

The Department of Education has created the American Competitiveness Initiative (ACI) recognizing the need to strengthen and improve math and science skills.

   

Latest OTLF News

August 15, 2015 - The On-Track Learning Foundation’s website is launched, please look around to find out more about what we do.


 

   

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"Ever talk suspension geometry with a 5th grade student or a 10 year old?  It's pretty cool".

 T. Marshall,  Founder OTLF

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