September 21, 2021 (Phoenix, AZ):
Leading online curriculum provider, SchoolsPLP, has announced a partnership with global digital math platform, Mathspace, to connect educators with high-quality, digital-first instructional math materials. Through this partnership, SchoolsPLP users can now access Mathspace’s content and technology at no additional cost.
With ongoing uncertainty over the impact of the new Delta variant and more remote learning expected in the coming year, there is mounting pressure on schools to find and adopt online learning tools. With so many tools on the market it can be difficult to navigate and to know what will have the best outcomes for students. These two edtech players have teamed up to make it easier.
SchoolsPLP is a platform which gives teachers access to multiple curricula and instructional designs from a single interface. Director of Operations, Josh Leitz, says that consolidating access to the best digital learning tools is critical in the current climate and that teaming up with Mathspace will ensure SchoolsPLP users have the best math offering available.
“Now, more than ever, teachers need flexible easy-to-use instructional materials for all subject areas. With so much uncertainty, teachers don’t have time to look for the best digital resource for each and every subject. A one-size-fits-all digital curriculum isn’t the answer either, since often these kinds of products leave many students behind. That is why we set up SchoolsPLP.
“The opportunity for SchoolsPLP to partner with Mathspace adds real value to our platform. It is a purpose-built math tool with some of the best adaptive learning technology available on the market.” said Leitz.
Mathspace is a powerful adaptive math platform which can be used at home and in the classroom. Its unique StepSmart technology gives personalized support to students at every step as they learn. Teachers can also use Mathspace to personalize instruction by creating tasks tailored to individual student needs. The platform comes with a library of standards-aligned digital textbooks and instructional content.
“We’re excited that this partnership allows us to bring our content and technology to more students at a time they need it most,” said Mohamad Jebara, founder and CEO at Mathspace.
The SchoolsPLP platform has seen rapid growth as schools transitioned to digital first resources with the COVID-19 outbreak. The partnership with Mathspace further strengthens the platform’s offering.
“We wanted to partner with a company who understands the importance of immediate intervention, adaptive learning, and positive reinforcement. There’s a statistic that 37% of teens struggle in math. With instruction covering grades 3-12 coupled with the world’s smartest adaptive learning engine driven by more data than any other math intervention tool on the market, Mathspace was clearly the perfect fit to offer SchoolsPLP customers another way to improve the lives of teachers with better tools to help their students,” said Josh Leitz.