Providing a range of edtech tools for teachers and students across all subjects and levels.
Support tools to help students at all levels with reading and writing. Helping them learn, understand and express themselves more confidently and independently. With features to support both teaching and learning across all subjects and levels.
Helps millions of students and adults worldwide to read, write and express themselves independently.
Assess and motivate student writing while providing fast and effective feedback on individual written work.
Assess student reading fluency and track progress. Gives extra support to struggling readers & English Language Learners.
Create an accessible, dynamic and collaborative space that works for everyone.
EdTech software that supports all aspects of STEM in today’s tech-enabled classrooms. By making math digital, teachers can help students access and engage with STEM subjects in more personalized ways.
Makes math both digital and accessible. Type, handwrite, or dictate any expression, with no tricky coding to master.
All of our products are built with accessibility in mind, ensuring every student has the same opportunities for learning.
Cross-Product Accessibility Features
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The ability to read is a vital part of every student’s literacy journey. Explore different reading instruction resources that can help build a foundation for learning.
Our tools can be used for both summative and formative assessments, even when locked down Kiosk-mode computers are required, allowing students to feel supported and excel at assessment time.
“Discovering Equatio was the real turning point for me and my students, finally we could all learn math in a fully digital and inclusive way.”
Recently three of our products - Equatio, WriQ and Fluency Tutor were awarded the Tech and Learning Awards of Excellence for Remote Learning. These awards recognize the work of technology providers, whose solutions were key to delivering continuous learning during the Covid-19 pandemic.