EDU Product News for 11/29/2021

New Zealand

New Zealand-based startup Komodo is a student well-being platform that wants to give students a place to communicate with staff, while providing schools with data to help them spot and address issues like depression or bullying according to Techcrunch.

Singapore

Singapore-Based EdTech Platform Teachee Launches in India according to Devdiscourse.com

United States

McGraw Hill announced today that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Achieve3000, a recognized leader in differentiated instruction and learning acceleration for PreK-12 students in all 50 states and 49 countries according to PRnewswire

Roblox is hoping to push into education with it’s $10 million dollar fund?

India

For the next 5 years, Coding Invaders by MentorsPro plans to educate more than 10,00,000 students and transform them into high-demand job-ready professionals according to Hindustantimes.com.

United Kingdom

The UK is facing an ongoing shortage of skilled talent in the tech sector. Expanding educational opportunities in tech is one crucial way to address this shortage. Therefore, the Chancellor’s announcement of extra funding for T Levels and apprenticeships in the recent Autumn Budget is welcome news according to FEnews.co.uk

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