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Thinkful was founded by Dan Friedman and Darrell Silver in 2012 in New York City. On a mission to reinvent education, Thinkful trains people to advance their careers.A 21st century education should equip you with the skills to succeed in the 21st century world. At Thinkful, we’re building a school that trains the workforce in the technology skills necessary to sustain innovation and growth in the economy. We have developed a method of online teaching that emphasizes practical, sustainable skills and prepares students to achieve their career goals.

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prnewswire | November 09, 2020

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educationdive | April 15, 2020

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U.S DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION ANNOUNCED $180M GRANT FUNDS FOR K-12 TO ASSIST VIRTUAL LEARNING

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