Math skills
can be the
greatest leveller.

Math helps us understand the world, by giving us a way to understand patterns, to quantify relationships and to predict the future. Using it, young learners can make sense of the world and solve complex and real problems and empower an innovation society and economy.

At TabbieMath, we believe that learning math is a fundamental right for every child. Beyond the realms of socio-economic status. To that extent we are actively partnering with non-governmental and social outreach organizations to bridge the gap in numeracy skills while consistently improving competency skills.

St. Gregorious located in provincial Kerala (Southern India) is one such beneficiary of TabbieMath. As a government aided school offering free education, they grapple with scant resources and an ever increasing number of student enrollments. With TabbieMath, they are able to maximise potential of the 3 Math teachers by cutting down time taken for mandatory tasks such as setting test questions, freeing them up for invaluable performance improvement initiatives. A task that would take up to 90 minutes can now be done in under 5 minutes.

Our focus remains in perfecting our content delivery and content strategy so Tabbie can evolve to be the teaching and practice engine for 1.26 billion students in East Asia, Middle East and North Africa and Sub-Saharan Africa.

In the first phase of our plan we are focused on 330 million school going students in India and 55 million school going students in the top 5 Middle East countries. In India, we are engaging with foundations with the aim to reach out to 100 million students in rural village schools in an attempt to improve their numeracy skills.