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ICANN | June 13, 2022
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) marks the 15th anniversary of its flagship ICANN Fellowship Program, which has served as a gateway to participation in the Internet governance community for more than 800 fellows from 160 countries/territories. Launched in 2007 by ICANN, the international nonprofit that coordinates the Domain Name System and plays a key role in ensuring a global, interoperable, and secure Internet, the Fellowship introduces individuals from underser...
prnewswire | December 16, 2020
Public school and-vocation availability not-for-profit AVID (Advancement through Individual Determination) is glad to be perceived as the principal ever Common Sense Community Partner. Through this association, Common Sense Education's substance is utilized in AVID's expert picking up, uniting two pioneers in schooling, both focused on arriving at all understudies to build up their advanced citizenship.
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CompTIA Spark | August 08, 2022
With a new, exclusive focus on youth programming and a single-purpose commitment to helping young people unlock their potential through technology, Creating IT Futures has changed its name to CompTIA Spark, the social impact nonprofit organization announced today.
CompTIA Spark will focus on delivering high-quality tech education and resources to middle schoolers through an innovative online learning hub. Building on the success of TechGirlz, a program that provides tech-centered ...
edsurge | April 17, 2020
The coronavirus outbreak has forced schools to double down on—and in some cases try for the first time—online education technologies, from digital science labs to virtual campus tours. But students at some colleges and universities still rely on print, which is a problem when bookstores and libraries have closed. As colleges seek to provide alternatives to print textbooks, one digital book provider, BibliU, has launched about 100 pilots globally since the pandemic started, says CEO D...
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