The world's smartest math app

Don’t pay for expensive tutors. Reward your kids instead.

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Digital workbook

Naturally write your working step-by-step to every problem and receive instant feedback

Help on demand

Specific, relevant hints and videos help you at any step you get stuck

Adaptive curriculum

Every step entered guides the next hint, the next question, the next topic, for a truly personalized curriculum


Schools love Mathspace

Our teachers are saying that Mathspace is the best digital product they've ever used!

— Andrew Casale (Instructional Leader, Math & Science, Mineola Middle School - an Apple Distinguished School, NY)

Mathspace is BY FAR the best edtech team that we've worked with. We've been searching exhaustively for a program that can provide our scholars with this rigorous content, while also allowing us access to student data that we can use to inform differentiation.
Our kids LOVE your program, our team LOVES working with you. We think Mathspace is the PERFECT tool for our scholars to both fill conceptual gaps, and be challenged with rigorous content that can best prepare them for some of Chicago's best high schools.

— Middle School teacher, Inner City Chicago Charter School

We use MathSpace almost every day to support mastery-based, individualized, self-directed learning. Mathspace has provided a scaffolded environment through the use of AI directed hints, helps, videos and an embedded CCSS textbook. This also allows me to confidently engage with individual students in one to one, small group and individualized projects, knowing that all students are fully engaged, through multiple access points, in individually appropriate content. Students love MathSpace and actually cheer when it is time to 'Go to MathSpace'.

— Julia Leeson (Silicon Valley Teacher of the Year, 2013)

Mathspace allowed me to truly work with the struggling students, while my more high performing students could move through the problems. I was able to catch small minor mistakes with the students, or in some cases, major gaps in student learning. I would also be able to create lessons that provided differentiation for students at higher levels. I could keep students motivated because I could show them that I could see their steps and work. By allowing multiple variations of answers, it also allowed students to "skip" steps and still provide a step in the right direction. This helped build confidence within my students.

— Jarusha Geringer (Math Teacher, Smith Hale Middle School, MO)


“This was groundbreaking,” Visontay said. “Maths itself is a universal language and the technology can be adapted across multiple markets.”


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