Despite the coronavirus pandemic shuttering classrooms around the country and kids transitioning to remote learning, a…
Despite the coronavirus pandemic shuttering classrooms around the country and kids transitioning to remote learning, a recent survey commissioned by math learning app Photomath found that 56% of kids under the age of 18 saw their grades improve according to their parents.
The nationwide survey by OnePoll queried over 1,000 U.S. parents to identify how they were coping with remote learning. The survey also found that 75% of parents tasked with helping with their child’s homework are also willing to pay for support with math.
Other findings in the survey showed that of the parents that hired a tutor, 64% hired one for math support.
According to parents, the survey also found that their kids are using math learning apps like Photomath more than Google, YouTube, and other online tools when stuck on a math problem.
In addition to the OnePoll survey, Photomath surveyed 1,000 of its users and found that 82% are using Photomath more during the pandemic, and 70% of users said their math confidence has improved because of the app. 77% of parents said they use Photomath at least once a week when helping their kids with homework.
Photomath is free and acts as a digital math tutor for students and parents struggling with math homework.
Find out more at www.photomath.net