Time and time again, you have heard that learning is going to school while schooling determines how successful you can be but in reality, both have tangled around for years without the actual separation of what works in what way. 

Mr. Ayo was close to being an Uncle and he sent his daughter, Adeline to one of the ivy-league schools, and she turned out successful. While Mr. Ibe who is a close family friend sends his one, Rahim to learn a trade, and he equally turned out successful. While Mr. Ayo and Mr. Ibe are investing in their children’s futures, both have successfully initiated a learning curve that led their children to success.

It is no doubt that learning is the exercise required to attain knowledge which makes having a successful life tied to going to school. The phrase “going to school” cannot be overemphasized but the lack of none and poor quality has limited and impeded the younger generation from going in pursuit of explorative learning whenever they do not get into school. This narrative has come to an end.

The big question Is Can learning be achieved outside the four walls of a school?

An aphorism like ‘‘the day you stop learning is the day you start dying’’ commonly signifies the implication of learning without stop. The Clevify app is an eLearning platform whose curriculum inculcates national and international syllabus spanning from primary to secondary school lessons with so many addons for any learners’ overall development. Clevify allows students to learn a wide range of subject-based instructional videos. The app is providing a key ingredient that empowers learners with quality education of global standards. Clevify is for learners of ages 7-20, the application opens up a world of fun learning, innovation, creativity, competitiveness, and goal orientation, where learners can explore lessons, study whatever they want to study, learn with peers, and engage in rewarding challenges. 

With Clevify, parents are empowered to give their children a quality education without having to break the bank. The app is helping us have a society where monitoring your child’s performance is right at your fingertips. It is evident that parents are already saturated with lots of tasks daily and it is a struggle helping their kids in their academics which is a major concern to them. With the Clevify App, parents can virtually monitor the academic progress of their children and are kept abreast in real-time on how well their kids are performing across all parameters on our app. Parents can access the studying schedule of their kids; observe their progress per subject, identify areas of strength or weakness, and applaud their grades. 

Get a personal learning buddy for your child today. Clever learning with Clevify.

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