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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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ED DEPT EXPANDS OPTIONS FOR ONLINE LEARNING IN RESPONSE TO CORONAVIRUS

Education Dive | March 06, 2020

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The U.S. Department of Education has issued guidance to help schools decide what steps to take in the event the new coronavirus interrupts student instruction. It also slackened requirements on how schools can use distance learning technologies to accommodate students temporarily if classes cannot meet as a result of a virus outbreak within their campus or community. The guidance comes as colleges consider the use of online learning tools as they prepare for the possibility of having to ca...

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Study International | February 10, 2020

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Researchers from North Carolina State University have designed an artificial intelligence (AI) model that can predict how much students are learning in educational games. Their paper, Predictive Student Modeling in Educational Games with Multi-Task Learning, was co-authored by James Lester, Distinguished University Professor of Computer Science and director of CEI, NC State’ and Roger Azevedo, Professor in the Department of Learning Sciences and Educational Research, University of Central ...

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CLASSWALLET TO DISTRIBUTE 'STRONG FAMILIES, STRONG STUDENTS INITIATIVE' FUNDS IN IDAHO TO LOW-INCOME

prnewswire | October 19, 2020

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ClassWallet has been awarded a contract from the State of Idaho and the Idaho State Board of Education to help distribute close to $50 million in funds for its 'Strong Families, Strong Students Initiative' to families for their remote learning needs during the COVID-19 pandemic. Funds for the initiative come from the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, which was passed by Congress and signed into law by President Trump. ClassWallet will work with Idaho'...

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RED LAKE NATION COLLEGE ANNOUNCES TUTORME PARTNERSHIP

TutorMe | January 28, 2022

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TutorMe, the online tutoring solution of the future, and the Red Lake Nation College, today announced an agreement to provide more of its students with free access to TutorMe's online 24/7 tutoring service for the remainder of 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 u...

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ED DEPT EXPANDS OPTIONS FOR ONLINE LEARNING IN RESPONSE TO CORONAVIRUS

Education Dive | March 06, 2020

The U.S. Department of Education has issued guidance to help schools decide what steps to take in the event the new coronavirus interrupts student instruction. It also slackened requirements on how schools can use distance learning technologies to accommodate students temporarily if classes cannot meet as a result of a virus outbreak within their campus or community. The guidance comes as colleges consider the use of online learning tools as they prepare for the possibility of having to ca...

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HERE’S HOW AI CAN AID IN IDENTIFYING STUDENTS WHO NEED HELP

Study International | February 10, 2020

Researchers from North Carolina State University have designed an artificial intelligence (AI) model that can predict how much students are learning in educational games. Their paper, Predictive Student Modeling in Educational Games with Multi-Task Learning, was co-authored by James Lester, Distinguished University Professor of Computer Science and director of CEI, NC State’ and Roger Azevedo, Professor in the Department of Learning Sciences and Educational Research, University of Central ...

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CLASSWALLET TO DISTRIBUTE 'STRONG FAMILIES, STRONG STUDENTS INITIATIVE' FUNDS IN IDAHO TO LOW-INCOME

prnewswire | October 19, 2020

ClassWallet has been awarded a contract from the State of Idaho and the Idaho State Board of Education to help distribute close to $50 million in funds for its 'Strong Families, Strong Students Initiative' to families for their remote learning needs during the COVID-19 pandemic. Funds for the initiative come from the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, which was passed by Congress and signed into law by President Trump. ClassWallet will work with Idaho'...

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ONLINE EDUCATION

RED LAKE NATION COLLEGE ANNOUNCES TUTORME PARTNERSHIP

TutorMe | January 28, 2022

TutorMe, the online tutoring solution of the future, and the Red Lake Nation College, today announced an agreement to provide more of its students with free access to TutorMe's online 24/7 tutoring service for the remainder of 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 u...

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