For most students, failing a class can mean closing off opportunities. But math teacher Andrew Moore has helped renew opportunities for many of his at-risk students through a program he helped develop called Algebra Relearn. The program allows students who failed algebra to earn back the credit by undergoing a specially designed two-year curriculum. With an unprecedented 80 percent success rate, Mr. Moore's Algebra Relearn Program has given many students a second chance they might otherwise have missed. Known by friends, colleagues and students as "Drew," Mr. Moore also teaches an Advanced Placement Statistics class and has spearheaded projects to help students study for AP tests. He uses innovative, engaging activities and problem-based learning projects-from building bridges to making videos-to keep his students interested in learning. He is coach of the school's math team or and coach of the undefeated freshman football team. Any way you look at it, Andrew Moore is committed to leading his students on to a winning season.