“Leapfrogging” is a surprising, and an inspiring phenomenon. As Rebecca Winthrop notes in her article for the Stanford Social Innovation Review, “Many African countries never systematically invested in laying phone lines, yet today access to cell phone service on the continent has grown so rapidly that in many cases communities are more likely to be connected […]

Whizz Education and iMlango! Working in rural Kenya Whizz Education is excited to be involved with iMlango schools in rural Kenya. The program focuses on bettering education and offering the basic resources all children deserve to access; including internet, digital education services and outstanding content. The program also aims at increasing and maintaining student attendance. […]

Believe it or not, Maths-Whizz was launched in 2004… from a shed on the side of the house of one of our founders in South East England! Whizz Education set out to replicate the behaviour of a human tutor and has been pioneering online adaptive learning and furthering the frontiers of online virtual tuition ever […]

“I’d pay for Maths-Whizz out of my pocket so that my students could have it” – Ted Barks, Year 7/8 class teacher at PT England School. PT England School, a Years 1-8 Primary School with 600+ students in Auckland, took part in an interview for Interface Magazine during ULearn 13, the largest education event in New Zealand. […]

UK Trade & Investment congratulated Whizz Education and Nanmeebooks on their seminar “Raising Standards in Mathematics with Personalised Learning”. Ben Raby, Deputy Director of Trade & Investment at the British Embassy in Bangkok, gave an opening speech to congratulate Whizz Education and Nanmeebooks in launching their seminar on “Raising Standards in Mathematics with Personalised Learning”. […]