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prnewswire | March 16, 2020
As schools in the U.S. have begun to cancel in-person classes in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, many teachers and parents are wondering how to continue teaching students without a prolonged interruption. The educational website edHelper.com has announced that they will be publishing free daily workbooks for students who are out of school. The workbooks include math and writing exercises for elementary students. Some people worry that closing schools for an extended period of time could have ...
openpr | April 11, 2020
The Educational Robot Market is expected to reach USD 1,689.2 Million by 2023 from USD 778.6 Million in 2018, at a CAGR of 16.8% between 2018 and 2023. This report spread across 127 pages, profiling 10 companies and supported with 67 tables and 31 figures are now available in this research. Hardware component held a larger share of the educational robot market in 2017" .The hardware component adds major value to the overall educational robot cost; hence, the hardware segment held a larger s...
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...
Study International | February 26, 2020
The rising cost of higher education has hit many hard – and the result? Many are swimming in student loan debt across all corners of the world. In the US, some 45 million Americans collectively owe US$1.6 trillion student debt. It’s a national crisis and a think-tank’s recent findings suggest there is one way Americans would this to be solved: Making tuition free at public colleges and universities for all US students. Among US adults surveyed, 63 percent support tuition-free p...
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