U.S. Students are Tackling COVID-19 Math Learning Loss Through Online Personalized Visual Learning

December 01, 2021
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Heidi Murphy

December 1, 2021 — U.S. parents and students are increasingly tapping into hybrid, supplemental learning options to overcome pandemic learning loss. Cuemath, a Google-backed one-on-one online personalized math and coding tutoring service accredited by STEM.org, announced strong U.S. demand and student growth in 2021.

In-person learning has restarted across the U.S. but parents seeking educational support for struggling students have been scrambling to address learning setbacks. Cuemath provides U.S. K-12 students with personalized, innovative teaching models that promote intuitive learning. The company’s online programs, which have seen a strong uptick since 2020, are being adopted by parents and students across the U.S. and the world. And this omnichannel learning approach to in-school instruction, combined with personalized online programs like Cuemath, is improving math outcomes.

“Pandemic learning disruption was very challenging for U.S. K-12 students,” says Manan Khurma, founder of Cuemath. “But it did teach us that omnichannel or hybrid learning can benefit students. U.S.  parents are increasingly turning to Cuemath for their student’s supplemental learning, and they are seeing positive outcomes,” he added. Cuemath has been globally recognized for its award-winning math curriculum, designed by experts from Harvard, Stanford, Cambridge and the India Institute of Technology (IIT).

Cuemath is one of the top 50 global education companies and became a Google for Education partner in 2021. The company currently has over 10,000 tutors and more than 200,000 global students on the platform, with more than 70% of students outside of its home country of India. Cuemath recognizes every child has their own pace of learning, and it strives to deliver personalized math learning to students in a way that best suits their needs. The company has embraced several growing ed-tech trends to engage students. They include: 

  • Omnichannel learning – In the aftermath of the pandemic, a strategy of learning across devices, platforms and in-person channels has become key in education. Learners benefit from the flexibility to pick and choose their learning mode. Online courses and degrees, synchronous Zoom classes, certificates and other credentials, executive education, upskilling, continuing education all are different but essential learning experiences.
  • Gamification – The world is moving from the content era to the engagement era. Now the most important thing is interactions. More educators and programs like Cuemath are choosing to gamify lessons — and students are responding positively.
  • Rise in personalized learning and use of data analytics to help students – Student analytics allow educators to better determine how best to teach students. Programs like Cuemath use data to help identify learning behaviors and styles which provide better results. 

“At Cuemath, we conduct classes one-on-one with a teacher interacting live with students via audio, video and chat. This provides each student adequate time and attention from the teacher. Personalized worksheets allow students to solve intelligently as the teacher monitors each step and helps with cues wherever required,” Khurma explains.

From an operational side, Cuemath continues to grow its company and roster of teachers. It also continues to garner strong interest from investors in the U.S. and around the globe. The organization utilizes a curriculum that teaches math visually, focusing on real-world examples rather than abstract math concepts. It demonstrates how math works, making it easy for children to grasp concepts deeply and intuitively. The curriculum is highly intuitive and uses visuals, games, puzzles, simulations and innovative technology, like whiteboards and GeoGebra, which makes math easy and fun for students of all ages and levels.          


Designed with input from math experts at Harvard, Stanford, Cambridge and Indian Institutes of Technology (IIT), Cuemath is the math support you wish you had as a child. It combines adaptive and visual learning techniques with best-in-class curriculum to support accelerated math skill-building, intuition and aptitude. Cuemath has been used by more than 200,000 students across 20+ countries, giving K-12 students a solid foundation in math, coding and logic to create the independent thinkers and invincible problem solvers we need to fill future STEM careers. The Bengaluru-based company is backed by Sequoia Capital and Alphabet’s CapitalG. Learn more at www.cuemath.com.