ASU+GSV where EdTech History is Made

| April 15, 2019

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This year we sponsored and participated in the ASU GSV summit which is THE industry catalyst for raising learning and career opportunities through scaled innovation.  According to Forbes, ASU GSV is the best conference “to get a lay of the land and spot promising new ideas” within the EdTech space. The event attracts over 4,500 leaders from across the learning space, including learning and workforce technology CEOs, investors, CLOs / CTOs, policy makers, leaders in PreK-12 and higher ed and much more. In short, if you live, breathe, and work in EdTech this is the conference to attend.

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Today, over 60% of North American college students are unable to graduate on time and student debt has surpassed one trillion dollars. Shocking as it may sound, this is reality. But here at OneClass, our mission is to provide students with timely and relevant educational resources so they can study more efficiently and graduate as planned. Our platform encourages students to develop their own learning cycle by helping them learn, practice and master new material all in one place.

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Today, over 60% of North American college students are unable to graduate on time and student debt has surpassed one trillion dollars. Shocking as it may sound, this is reality. But here at OneClass, our mission is to provide students with timely and relevant educational resources so they can study more efficiently and graduate as planned. Our platform encourages students to develop their own learning cycle by helping them learn, practice and master new material all in one place.

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