Learn with Socrates and Tanoshi announce expansion of partnership to new version and new devices
February 11, 2022, Las Vegas, Nevada – Education Revolution, LLC, the creator of the award-winning Socrates Learning Platform, today announced the extension and expansion of their partnership with Tanoshi to make Learn with Socrates available to more kids on their newest devices.
Tanoshi believes every child deserves an equal opportunity to have access to an age-appropriate computer and develop skills that will be essential for future careers. This aligns with the mission of Learn with Socrates, to provide access to an equal education through personalized learning for all children. Together, Tanoshi and Learn with Socrates are providing the tools necessary to ensure all kids are on a path to a brighter tomorrow
As part of the expanded relationship, Learn with Socrates will be available on Tanoshi’s newest device, the Tanoshi Scholar as well as future devices released by the company. The Tanoshi Scholar was recently named best laptop for elementary school students by ABC’s Good Morning America.
In addition, the companies have expanded their relationship to include the newest release of Learn with Socrates, expected to be released this spring. Learn with Socrates personalizes and gamifies learning across thousands of educational topics. The new version brings a modern look, simplified interface, and new educational categories in multiple languages. Tanoshi customers will receive an extended free trial of the new solution with easy signup right from their devices.
“We are excited to continue our partnership with Education Revolution”, stated Lisa Love, Chief Marketing Officer and Co-Founder of Tanoshi. “Our customers love the personal learning feature that Socrates provides, and we know with this new version, kids will be given more opportunities to learn the skills needed for a brighter future.”
“Tanoshi makes devices that kids love and they have been a great partner”, stated Brian Rosenberg, Chief Executive Officer of Education Revolution. “The new Tanoshi Scholar is a great learning device for kids to use in schools and at home. We are excited to expand our partnership to the Scholar and their future computers as well as make our newest version available to Tanoshi customers”
The expansion of the partnership is effective immediately with all new Tanoshi Scholars including the Socrates Learning Platform..
About the Socrates Learning Platform
The Socrates Learning Platform, created by Education Revolution, LLC in Las Vegas, Nevada, is an award-winning learning platform created in partnership with the National Science Foundation. Socrates personalizes learning for each student, adjusting in real-time to their needs across thousands of detailed topics of knowledge. Socrates makes learning fun through engaging gamification elements, encouraging children to learn and progress more. Socrates includes a growing library of hundreds of learning videos available in three languages covering topics such as Math, Science, Health, and Language Arts.
Built for use at home or as a complement to the classroom, Socrates includes a powerful educator command center that allows teachers, parents, or tutors to view where students need help, assign homework, print worksheets, test and benchmark, group students, and more.
More information about Learn with Socrates can be found on its website, www.withsocrates.com.
Tanoshi’s mission is to prepare all kids for a digital future, no matter their socio-economic background. Tanoshi believes every child deserves an equal opportunity to have access to an age-appropriate computer and develop skills that will be essential for future careers.
Tanoshi’s diverse team of founders learned firsthand the value of education and the role of computers in high-quality education. CEO and Co-Founder Brad Johnston grew up with a mother as a teacher and has worked in the technology sector for 17 years. Lisa Love developed her passion for education and technology from her mother, a teacher for 50 years in Los Angeles, and her father, one of the first Black electrical engineers to graduate from Purdue University. The founders of this company have previously worked for multiple Fortune 500 technology companies including Hewlett Packard, Vizio, and Toshiba.
Learn more about Tanoshi at https://tanoshikidscomputers.com/