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prnewswire | March 30, 2020
As planes are grounded and international travel comes to a grinding halt, education technology company, Teach Away, sees a 200% spike in overall interest in online learning and teaching. The company saw online teaching applications jump 77% (Jan-March) over the last quarter (Oct-Dec). At the same time, teachaway.com traffic to pages and blog posts referring to online teaching increased 28%. The biggest increase occurred on March 13, 2020, one day after the World Health Organization declare...
Altium | March 16, 2022
On March 15th, Altium LLC, announced the launch of its Electronic Design Program, Altium Education. The program is a free online certification program aimed at college and university students. The practical course gives students a foundation in electronics. It will enable them to design their first PCB, or printed circuit board.
“Understanding prototyping skills is a necessary step for Electronics and Communications Engineering (ECE) students. Altium Education&...
Texthelp | January 11, 2022
Texthelp, a global leader in literacy and accessibility technology, today announced that they will acquire the Education Technology Division of Don Johnston Inc., a leading assistive technology and special education curriculum company based outside of Chicago, IL. Don Johnston Inc. is the latest Assistive Technology provider to join the Texthelp Group. Following Five Arrows' investment in December 2020, Texthelp acquired Lingit Group and Wizkids in 2021, expanding the company's reach in ...
edsurge | April 04, 2020
As of 2017, about 86 percent of U.S. households with school-aged children have access to the internet. That still leaves millions without, and under the banner of equity, America is arguing about whether to move schooling online as schools shutter to stem the spread of COVID-19. A major sticking point is not the access gap, but provisions under three federal laws: the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)...
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