prnewswire | December 14, 2020
Computer based intelligence World School (AIWS) is dispatching its distant self-learning stage giving AI and Coding innovation training to understudies from ages 7 to 18.
AIWS declares the worldwide dispatch of its independent internet learning stage giving AI learning encounters to understudies at home, to self taught students and in K12 schools.
The world is changing quicker than at any other time in the midst of these testing seasons of COVID. Youngsters wellbeing is principal like never before, and they need to confront these difficulties and explore them effectively later on. To battle this, AIWS accepts that advancement, innovativeness and STEM abilities will be basic to set up one's' kid to get future-prepared. Artificial intelligence and Coding gives an upper hand when applying to universities, temporary jobs, and for profession openings. It is significant that each kid is carefully proficient from the wellbeing of their homes, to flourish and prevail in an undeniably mind boggling world.
Kids today grow up around AI-controlled gadgets. AIWS accepts that with the information on how AI functions and its effect, they can possibly make creative answers for true issues changing social orders and molding the eventual fate of the planet.
The AIWS Founders and Governing Board who have been engaged with training, mechanical technology and software engineering for quite a long time, have cautiously curated another understudy focused far off learning scene zeroed in on the five Big Ideas of AI. The course is intended to be fun, inventive, collective, moral, sympathetic, comprehensive, intentional and for social great.
The 200+ active continuous coding encounters are instinctive, independent, self-coordinated with an assortment of STEM difficulties and undertaking based learning draws near. The learning results of the experiential educational plan are required to quicken singular execution, and drive both school and vocation achievement.
About AI World School
We are a team of educators and technologists who are passionate about helping students explore and understand the fundamentals of AI and coding and the role that it plays in our daily life.
Our mission is to help students become future-ready as they prepare for careers that will require an understanding of artificial intelligence as a key skill to prepare children to flourish in the era of AI.
AI World School is brought to you by Robotix the makers of Phiro, Robobricks, and Playbits which are products used in classrooms around the world. In 2016, Phiro from Robotix was recognized by Intel as one of "America's Greatest Makers."
prnewswire | December 21, 2020
The plan to change a significant bit of the training framework online has been played with for quite a long time, as increasingly more online educational programs were gradually presented in colleges across the world. However, because of the pandemic and the social limitation that followed, online schooling, both from conventional and elective learning organizations, has become a pivotal piece of the training framework. For instance, online classes in Brown University have permitted understudies concentrating abroad and workforce directing examination outside of Providence to keep instructing at the University. "With the present standardization of online instruction, Brown can contact more crowds, including a bigger pool of pre-undergrads and graduate understudies, as the University had investigated before the pandemic," as per The Brown Daily Herald.
Other than the pandemic and its suggestions, the other main considerations driving the development of scholastic e-learning market size in the long haul are expanding advanced education e-Learning enlistments and the dispatch of new online degrees. Web based learning is likewise organized to save time and makes a few ways for vivid learning. Rather than being aloof, students can pick what they need to realize rapidly and effectively, from any place they are. What's more, as per information gave by Valuates Reports, the scholastic e-learning market size was esteemed at USD 103.8 Billion out of 2019 and is relied upon to develop CAGR 11.23% by 2025.
Meten EdtechX Education Group Ltd. (NASDAQ: METX) just declared breaking news with respect to a "solid recuperation of its lesser ELT business. Net billings and understudies enlistments of its lesser ELT business in October and November 2020 both surpassed the comparing period in 2019.
"The Company's junior ELT business continued to maintain its strong performance after the COVID-19 pandemic in China. From January to November 2020, the cumulative gross billings of the junior ELT business have recovered to approximately 76% of the same period in 2019. Moreover, the gross billings of junior ELT business in October and November increased by approximately 49% and 17%, respectively, compared to the same period last year, showing a positive step to profitability.
"The renewal and referral income from existing students accounted for approximately 60% of the gross billings, demonstrating the value of the junior ELT in terms of teaching quality, brand reputation and relatively low-cost customer acquisition channels. At the same time, the student enrollment has also recovered month by month with the gradual reopening of offline learning centers. The cumulative new student enrollment from January to November 2020 has recovered to approximately 71% of the same period last year, and the student enrollment in October and November 2020 has increased by approximately 46% and 24%, respectively, compared to the same period of last year. The overall expansion of student enrollment is in line with the Company's expectation.
"In addition to the continuous development of its existing business, the Company also plans to expand market coverage of its junior ELT business so as to explore the potentials or opportunities in the field of K-12 education service. Currently, the Company has launched Chinese and mathematics projects for the first time at its independent junior learning centers in Foshan, Guangdong Province, and Nanchang, Jiangxi Province, and these projects are progressing smoothly."
JobsFirstNYC | June 08, 2022
On June 7th, JobsFirstNYC announced that it has partnered with New York City’s Mayor’s office to promote the expansion of the Summer Youth Employment Program. The initiative aims to expand the program from 75,000 to 100,000 participants through a multi-stakeholder partnership approach. The strategy is anticipated to boost the experience of employers and young people with learning opportunities.
"The Mayor's office is committed to supporting young New Yorkers in accessing work-based learning opportunities, building the necessary skills and experience needed to connect to our City's world-class labor market. The City is excited to partner with JobsFirstNYC and local small and mid-sized businesses to create high-quality experiences for all young people."
- Sheena Wright, Deputy Mayor for Strategic Initiatives
"Our partnership with the Deputy Mayor's office allows us to collaborate with the NYC Department of Education, as well as private sector employers, employer intermediaries, young people, nonprofits and government agencies on this initiative that bears meaning for the long-term economic wellbeing ofNew York City. JobsFirstNYC is a leader in investigating, imagining, incubating, implementing, and integrating solutions that work to remove barriers for young people and the Administration's new initiative aligns with our mission."
- Marjorie Parker, President and CEO, JobsFirstNYC
"Our students need more career-connected and work-based learning opportunities that will support them on a path to long term economic security. The expansion of SYEP is a key step towards ensuring that more students gain access to paid work experience — and a vital one to help them build skills and make informed decisions."
- Jade Grieve, Chief of Student Pathways, New York City Department of Education
"We are very supportive of the strategy to engage small and mid-size businesses, which comprise the majority of our members, in accessing talent while providing high quality work experiences for young adults inNew York City."
-Key SYEP partners and CEOs of NYC Five-Borough Chamber Alliance