Tunisia: Class Quiz helps school children learn while having fun

By : Adoni Conrad Quenum

Date : jeudi, 25 août 2022 10:05

There have always been debates about the efficiency of mainstream teaching methods in Africa. Some claim that the methods are not efficient since they are tailored to local realities. In Tunisia,  a startup is addressing that issue to improve the performance of primary school pupils in a fun way. 

Class Quiz is a digital solution developed by the Tunisian start-up Envast, founded in 2016 to make quality education accessible to everyone. The digital solution helps primary school pupils learn while playing. 

It has a mobile application, available on Play Store and Huawei App gallery. Its contents are adapted to the requirements of the Tunisian national curriculum and presented in a fun manner to attract children.  Class Quiz can be used to revise school concepts or even learn at home under parents' supervision. 

To allow access to the quiz contents, Envast charges forty Tunisian dollars (about US12.5) for a 3-month subscription.  Envast indicates that its primary target is the African education market, which is expected to grow to US$1.8 billion by 2024. In addition to its services to individuals, it creates content for non-governmental organizations and foundations. For example, it created content for  Orange Foundation’s Digital School. It also created content for the French Institute’s "Yallab" project. In 2021, thanks to Class Quiz, the startup was one of the finalists of the accelerator program Emerging Mediterranean.

Adoni Conrad Quenum


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