New York, NY (May 13, 2014) – Education technology company, KnowRe ( is announcing its first-ever summer math learning initiative, “KnowRe e-Camp,” offering its cloud-based secondary math curriculum free-of-charge to all summer school programs across the United States.

KnowRe’s unique technology provides continuous student assessments with an unrivaled level of granularity and accuracy, giving summer school teachers the ability to discover quickly each student’s knowledge gaps. KnowRe’s Algebra I and Pre-Algebra curricula are packed with gamified features and rich curricular content including interactive step-by-step instructions, hundreds of math concept videos, challenging practice and application problems, cartoons and more. KnowRe’s algorithm also generates a personalized and adaptive review curriculum that targets each student’s areas of weakness.

“Speaking with our current school users, we realized that there is a great need for engaging and effective summer school curricula,” says David Joo, KnowRe’s Co-Founder and Co-CEO. “By offering KnowRe at no charge this summer, we wanted to show our support for summer school math teachers and help bridge their students’ learning gaps to better prepare them for school next year.”

KnowRe was named winner of “Best Instructional App” in the NYC Schools 2013 Gap App Challenge. The competition set out to find math programs that best address student learning gaps for middle school students. KnowRe is ideally suited for helping summer school students who may need remediation, support, reinforcement, or for avoiding the “summer slide.” KnowRe can be accessed 24/7 on any computer or tablet with internet access.

Summer school programs interested in KnowRe should visit for more information and sign up for free access to KnowRe for the summer.

About KnowRe:
KnowRe is an educational technology company with an adaptive mathematics curriculum. KnowRe’s patented technology assesses an individual’s strengths and weaknesses, personalizes a curriculum for each student’s focus areas and engages students through gamified features, attractive graphics and social learning. KnowRe believes in the importance of a good education, the need for personalization in our educational system and that technology is the most effective tool to help bring about these goals.

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About the Author:

Andrea Jones

Andrea Jones is a technology specialist in Virginia. A former French teacher, she currently supports technology integration in a middle school.