Netmath now available in four Canadian provinces in English and French

MONTREAL, QUEBEC– (Marketwired - June 7, 2016) - The Scolab studio is pleased to announce that Netmath, the digital platform specializing in mathematics learning the most used in Quebec and […]

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MONTREAL, QUEBEC– (Marketwired - June 7, 2016) - The Scolab studio is pleased to announce that Netmath, the most widely used digital platform for learning mathematics in French-speaking Quebec and Ontario, marks a new turning point in its evolution.

Already adopted by more than 70 % of elementary and secondary students, Netmath is now offering its online content in English for Quebec and Ontario. The platform is also entering a bilingual version adapted to the curriculum of two new provinces: Alberta and Manitoba. Also available on iPad, the application will be available in English from the start of the 2016/2017 school year.

In an educational, technological and fun environment, Netmath offers more than 15,000 activities, detailed solutions, puzzles and cultural missions. Closer to the reality of the new generation, Netmath is designed to support students throughout their learning journey. Consulting his results live, accessing the solution process in one click, understanding his mistakes and restarting an exercise with new data, all this allows him to acquire greater autonomy and self-confidence, at his own pace.

Netmath also offers teachers to follow the progress of each of their students in real time.. Statistics on the accuracy of the answers, the time spent and the difficulties encountered facilitate the monitoring of the pupil's progress and the implementation of targeted pedagogical support.


Netmath is:

  • 5 000 subscribed schools
  • 22 000 registered teachers
  • 475 000 student subscribers
  • 15 000 activities
  • 175 000 000 activities resolved since 2004

Netmath is present in French-speaking classes for the start of the 2016/2017 school year:

  • more than half of the classes of the 3e at the 9e year in alberta
  • more than 65 % of classes from 2e cycle from primary to 4e secondary school in Quebec 
  • all classes of 4e to 8e year in Ontario and from the 3e at the 9e year in manitoba


Founded in 2004, Scolab is an educational technology laboratory based in Montreal. It brings together a team of programmers, designers and educators who work closely together to build the future of education and give teachers new online learning tools. The studio develops the interactive programs Netmath in Canada and Buzzmath in the United States.

Try Netmath:

* Accessible on until the start of the 2016/2017 school year

Download the app: / netmaths / id656775213? l = en

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