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Source:- Economictimes

“SplashLearn, the popular game-based learning company that is headquartered in the US, with a corporate office in Gurugram, has announced the launch of its primary and early years Maths and Reading programs in Australia, Canada, and the UK.

Offering Maths to classes PreK to five and Reading to classes PreK to two, the program is made fully aligned to the local curriculum of the respective countries. The Maths program is available free of charge to all schools and teachers for use.

Over the last 10 years, SplashLearn has been used by more than 30 million children across 150+ countries. “Our game-based learning program is a step towards helping kids learn on their own. It creates a personalized learning path for each child and provides tools to their parents and teachers that allow them to track the child’s progress and address learning gaps,” said Arpit Jain, CEO, and co-founder of SplashLearn.

Talking about the timing of the launch, he said, “These countries have vibrant edtech sectors and together form our second largest customer base, so expansion to these countries was always on the cards. But we’re happy it’s at a time when we can provide assistance to schools and parents struggling with remote learning.”