Online resource invites top students to compete, socialize

07/23/2013 | National Public Radio

Students ages 11 to 18 who are hungry for challenging math problems are finding them on a new website called Brilliant.org, which poses difficult questions and allows users to share their strategies for answering them. Website founder Sue Khim says she has heard about some students including their performance on the website on their college applications.

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