Digital Promise highlights LoveMath™ as one of 38 learning technologies, meeting rigorous research standards, improving digital learning for all students. Digital Promise recognizes research-based technologies that act as a resource for educators, researchers and developers.

Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) October 10, 2015

LoveMath™ by GPA Learn, a web-based math application, has been highlighted by Digital Promise due to the research efforts in building the ground-breaking math platform. LoveMath™ is one of 38 featured educational technologies, representing how developers use research in digital learning. Digitalpromise.org works at the intersection of education leaders, researchers, and learning technology developers, identifying problems, conducting research, and creating solutions that result in smart demand, smart supply, and simplified procurement processes. The Digital Promise mission is to improve the opportunity for all students to learn through technology and research.

Digital Promise is an independent, bipartisan 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization authorized by Congress to spur innovation in education for all levels of learners. Founded in 2011, Digital Promise is a fast-paced, growing, entrepreneurial organization that values and rewards performance, collaboration and innovation.

“Being selected by Digital Promise is a major milestone for our innovative LoveMath™ platform”, reports Kevin Brice, CEO at GPA Learn. “We have worked hard to develop a math application that combines direct instruction and engagement with a motivational element that is personalized for every learner.”

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LoveMath™ is a research-based math application for grades K-5. Our award winning application includes over 800 lessons with personalized instruction and over 60,000 practice problems to complement or supplement learning. Educational research provides the framework to the LoveMath™ curriculum and fortifies a gamified approach to teach new math concepts and skills.

To learn more about GPA Learn and LoveMath™, visit http://www.gpalearn.com.

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