Do I need a family account to track my child's progress at school?

Do I need a family account to track my child's progress at school?




We consider Netmath to be a valuable resource for teachers in their teaching of mathematics, but it is even more so for students learning mathematics.

We encourage schools to adopt our resource and provide access to students, even if their teachers are not using it in the classroom.

If your school pays for a subscription, it is a great savings for you as a parent because you can, through this subscription, see the activities that your child is working on and even encourage them to learn more and delve deeper.

We highly recommend that you request your child's access from their teacher for your use at home. It doesn't obligate them to do anything.

That said, you don't need to pay extra for a family membership on top of a school account. This will not give you any additional options or content. If, however, you wish to have one and to link your child's school account to your family account, you can do so by requesting one from us. Simply send us the name of the school, the name of the teacher and your child's name in order to speed up the processing of your request.
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