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$20 million raised to support education platform

This math learning platform has also received requests to assist with other subjects besides math
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To help deliver instructional guidance for teachers and game-based at-home and in-classroom learning for students, $20 million has been raised to accelerate Knowledgehook's market leadership.

Knowledgehook is a Kitchener-based comprehensive math learning platform that supports district-wide math improvement scaling by tracking each student's progression.

This program also allows teachers to understand math challenges students may face and adjust their teaching strategies to assist them.

Aside from helping individual teachers and students, Knowledgehook also works with Ministries and Departments of Education to offer curriculum designed solutions.

“The pandemic is more an accelerant to the digital transformation of education; these changes were already underway,” states Knowledgehook’s Chief Financial Officer, Qamar Qureshi.

Knowledgehook has also received interest in expanding its services and expertise to be applied to other Kindergarten to Grade 12 subjects besides math. 

Co-Founder and CEO of Knowledgehook Travis Ratnam also notes that having the right and personalized guidance makes all the difference, and every student deserves to have a teacher who has access to the best educational tools and parents who have insights into their learning challenges.

If you would like to learn more about Knowledgehook, visit its website.




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