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We conducted a national math survey to gain better classroom insights and improve the future of math education for all learners.

Math is a timeless subject.

But learners are struggling in the math classroom now more than they have in the past two decades. Preferred math instruction also hasn't changed much and the implementation of newer digital math tools and methods is **low** nationwide.

Here’s a summary of what we found…

We asked over 250 math educators about their current experiences, what they believe is impacting learners in the math classroom and their current and future teaching methods.

54.6% of math educators said that since the pandemic, **learning loss** among their math learners was very or extremely significant.

50% of math learners **aren't meeting expectations**.

61.9% considered math fear / anxiety to be one of the **biggest obstacles** to student learning in math classrooms.

78.7% Talked about their **limited time** to modify lessons for different needs.

Accessibility issues are still a prime problem in math education (only 16.3% reported materials were fully accessible) - leading to a lack of math engagement.

It makes math more accessible and engaging for all learners. But…

44.7% said they **only** use up to 15 minutes of digital math regularly in their classrooms.

26.6% highlighted that their **biggest obstacles to implementing** more digital math include:

- A
**lack of time**to learn new skills - Digital math being a
**new and scary concept**.

67.4% believe there is **enough scientific evidence** to support the transition to digital math and improve the math education for all learners.

79.1% see the benefit of digital math for **saving grading time** with **quick and flexible feedback options**.

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Move math **with the times**

Move math **scores up**

Move math **learning forward with engaged learners**

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Our digital math tool has improved the math experience for educators and learners globally.

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