The partnership will benefit publishers, teachers and learners in math education worldwide.

“Together, we can integrate technology into math education in pedagogically meaningful ways,” said Ursula Suter, Avallain president.

Avallain is an international company specializing in education technology and digital publishing based in Switzerland.

“Math education can be high-tech, applied, and fun at the same time,” Suter said. “We help publishers and end users create online math education tools that are easy to use.”

The partnership will begin just in time for the next global gathering of the GeoGebra user community July 15-17, 2015 in Linz, Austria.

GeoGebra is not only one of the world-leading dynamic mathematics software and education services organizations, it’s a community active in just about every country, creating, sharing and learning mathematics collaboratively.

Avallain’s software is used by many of the world’s best known international educational publishers, empowering hundreds of thousands of teachers and over 15 million students.




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