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TutorMe | November 15, 2021
TutorMe, the online tutor of the future, today announced a partnership with Saint Paul Public School District to provide more than 33,000 K-12 students with free access to TutorMe's online, 24/7 tutoring service for the 2021-2022 school year.
With more than 15,000 tutors available anytime to help with more than 300 subjects, TutorMe provides immediate expertise whenever and wherever students need it. Whether it's homework help or a study session, students pair up with thei...
ReadSpeaker | November 22, 2021
ReadSpeaker, a text to speech platform for students, today announced a collaboration with PowerSchool, the leading provider of cloud-based software for K-12 education. Integrating ReadSpeaker with PowerSchool’s Unified Classroom™ Schoology Learning brings tools of accessibility directly into the learning management system, providing students, faculty and administrators with key tools to support reading, writing and studying while also addressing accommodations mandated in Individual ...
ViewSonic | August 13, 2020
ViewSonic International Corp. invited four leaders in the creative industry with many years of experience in providing professional tools and services to creators—Blurb, Shoot the Frame (STF), Tinyspace, and TourBox—to hold the ColorPro Award Global Photography Contest. The theme of the contest is “kindness,” and everyone is welcome to submit photos from August 18-30, 2020, to demonstrate what kindness means to them. The top prize includes a ColorPro VP2785-2K profe...
educationdive | March 21, 2020
Colleges have been moving classes online in droves to help prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus. At first, school officials said they'd reassess the need to continue remote instruction after a few weeks. Federal agencies and accreditors afforded them flexibility to do that, loosening rules that would typically guide how colleges use distance learning. But those couple of weeks could become months, experts say, as the coronavirus situation in the U.S. intensifies. Tha...
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