Hi Gilberto, Thanks for your comment. Yes, math is the universal language. And having the tool in so many languages, they'll be able to navigate into the math to know what to do, how they are progressing, etc. We're very excited. Thanks again!
Brett, this idea cuts right to the core opportunity before us in edtech. With COVID, it's as if the tide has gone out on all aspects of the edtech world thus revealing its limitations, inequities, and missing pieces. We need to get moving toward an optimized edtech future. You've identified key needs — optimized teacher/student connections and optimized workflow to make that possible — all leading to optimized learning — learning that consistently meets each child's individual needs. So, count me in! And you can count on my nonprofit's freely accessible edtech — core STEM content accessible in 95 languages.