Advancing to Our Next Project
This 1-minute+ video explains:
Our progress on version 2.0 — we expect teacher testing to begin in late January.
The next priority we're gearing up for — software optimization needed before we can begin adding tens of thousands of math problems to Math4ALL.
Math4ALL is needed now more than ever
Over the last nine months, we’ve seen how pivotal educational software is to students having to learn at home. I also know how much harder it is for English learners (ELs) to succeed because most educational software is English-only. And with distance learning, the reliance on educational software has never been greater. COVID has accentuated existing systemic problems, turning what was already challenging into a tragedy. ELs desperately need Math4ALL.
Founder and CEO
The Number of Languages Spoken in These School Districts
Math4ALL will be accessible in
the languages spoken by over 99% of
learners in U.S. schools.
“There are over 400 languages
spoken by English language learners in U.S. schools.
It should be a national priority
to provide this least-educated student population
with core curriculum content in their native language
while they learn English.”
Founder & CEO, Quoria Foundation
Why "Massively Multilingual" Educational Content Is Needed
English language learners are struggling in U.S. schools. Research informs us that they need educational content in their native languages. Watch this video to learn why Math4ALL is needed to address the systemic challenge facing these students. (2.5 min.)