San Jose, CA – January 6, 2015 – ScootPad, a leading adaptive learning platform for grades K-8, announced that 1 in 3 US schools are leveraging ScootPad to deliver 1:1 student learning in the newly released Common Core Standards. ScootPad quickly became a classroom favorite for over 170,000 teachers and 1.8 million students representing all US states and school districts.
ScootPad’s rapid growth and adoption was a result of it’s ease of use and quick implementation. Teachers could get their classroom up and running in less than one hour, an entire school in less than one day, and an entire district in less than one week. New users could always count on the ScootPad team for help at every step towards becoming an expert user.
While ScootPad was designed to help students master an entire grade level with just one hour of practice each week, students have demonstrated an average rate of learning of 2.53 times their grade level driven by high engagement and persistent usage on ScootPad. Students spent over 3 million hours on ScootPad solving over 300 million Math and ELA problems.
“Not only has ScootPad made an impact on student learning, we’re thrilled to have helped schools reduce their paper use, resulting in trees saved. ScootPad directly contributed to over $9 million in cost savings for schools, while teachers saved on average five hours each week, allowing them to spend more one-on-one time with students.” said ScootPad Co-Founders, Bharat Kumar and Maya Gadde.
Founded in 2011, ScootPad is a leading adaptive learning platform for grades K-8. Delivering highly personalized and accelerated learning through adaptive algorithms, predictive analytics, data visualization, and gamification, ScootPad has become a “go-to” platform for over 37,000+ schools across 9,000+ districts. With it’s comprehensive design, ScootPad has become a classroom staple, providing teachers and students with a full suite of features that are accessible anywhere, anytime, on any device. For more information, visit www.scootpad.com.