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Emile Learning | September 03, 2021

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Emile Learning, an LA-based education company working to build the 'Netflix of High School', is offering free student access for the month of September. "We threw all our energy this past year into innovating with this generation of young people in mind," said President and Co-Founder Michael Vilardo. "We think students who try out our product will fall in love with the approach, so much so that they'll continue with Emile well beyond September." Read More

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PR Newswire | August 20, 2020

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As the pandemic continues to put a strain on the worldwide economy, one side effect is the sharp increase in online streaming content consumption. There is still uncertainty ahead, and it is unclear how soon society will get back to how things were before the pandemic. Yet, as millions of Americans adjust to working from home, new research from Comscore, evaluating media across platforms, shows engagement with streaming services and year-over-year in-home data usage have surged in the beginning ...

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Study International | February 14, 2020

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The ecosystem of donors in the higher education sector in Africa includes many foundations and international agencies, along with several development funds and pan-African organisations. Compared to other international organisations or governmental agencies like the World Bank, USAID, the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency, the British Council, the International Development Research Center of Canada, the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Danish Agency for International...

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washingtontimes | August 03, 2020

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The U.S. Department of Education has awarded South Dakota $6.8 million to support the state’s efforts in serving students during the coronavirus pandemic and its aftermath.While 39 states applied for funding, only 11 states, including South Dakota, were awarded grants.“During school closures in the spring, we saw that those schools providing competency-based instruction, or what’s often called ‘customized’ or ‘personalized’ learning, were better able to ...

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ONLINE EDUCATION

EMILE LEARNING, HARVARD AND UPENN-FOUNDED VIRTUAL LEARNING SOLUTION, OFFERS FREE SEPTEMBER ACCESS

Emile Learning | September 03, 2021

Emile Learning, an LA-based education company working to build the 'Netflix of High School', is offering free student access for the month of September. "We threw all our energy this past year into innovating with this generation of young people in mind," said President and Co-Founder Michael Vilardo. "We think students who try out our product will fall in love with the approach, so much so that they'll continue with Emile well beyond September." Read More

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ONLINE EDUCATION SERVICES BECOME A CRUCIAL COMPONENT HELPING PEOPLE ADAPT TO A NEW REALITY DURING PANDEMIC

PR Newswire | August 20, 2020

As the pandemic continues to put a strain on the worldwide economy, one side effect is the sharp increase in online streaming content consumption. There is still uncertainty ahead, and it is unclear how soon society will get back to how things were before the pandemic. Yet, as millions of Americans adjust to working from home, new research from Comscore, evaluating media across platforms, shows engagement with streaming services and year-over-year in-home data usage have surged in the beginning ...

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HOW DO US FOUNDATIONS INFLUENCE HIGHER EDUCATION IN AFRICA?

Study International | February 14, 2020

The ecosystem of donors in the higher education sector in Africa includes many foundations and international agencies, along with several development funds and pan-African organisations. Compared to other international organisations or governmental agencies like the World Bank, USAID, the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency, the British Council, the International Development Research Center of Canada, the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Danish Agency for International...

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SOUTH DAKOTA RECEIVED $6.8 MILLION TO ASSIST THE STATE STUDENTS DURING COVID-19

washingtontimes | August 03, 2020

The U.S. Department of Education has awarded South Dakota $6.8 million to support the state’s efforts in serving students during the coronavirus pandemic and its aftermath.While 39 states applied for funding, only 11 states, including South Dakota, were awarded grants.“During school closures in the spring, we saw that those schools providing competency-based instruction, or what’s often called ‘customized’ or ‘personalized’ learning, were better able to ...

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