People should do their research before blowing up a website with bad reviews.

Submitted 1 year ago
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My Take

All these "teachers" are saying he site is filled to the brim with malware and spyware. Just use an ad-blocker to prevent the kids from clicking on the malicious ads that are there. No visibility, no chance. All these teachers are also saying that the site is completely useless yet this site is great for leaning strategy, increasing reading skills, and general problem solving skills for all ages. It looks appealing to the younger generation and is identified as a gaming website so it attracts a ton of traffic every year. There is nothing bad with that. Most of these teachers teach algebra, calculus, just any form of basic math and completely dismiss this site as it doesn't involve their actual subject directly. Once again the site identifies itself as a gaming website created be the people who made an actually educational website: www.coolmath.com that actually does focus on mathematics and reading skills, but not necessarily strategy, and general problem solving. People should do their research before blowing up a website with bad reviews.

How I Use It

I would like to state, I AM NOT A TEACHER. I just know how helpful the site really is.