Education Company News for 12/21/2021 #VIPKID #education

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Ed Farm, a Birmingham-based education tech nonprofit, this week launched Ed Farm Learn, a new digital tool that supports professional development growth for educators and heightens the learning experiences they provide to students according to Alabama Newsletter.

As one in five students are diagnosed with learning differences and many more are dealing with emotional and developmental obstacles, Learnfully empowers individuals to gain access to the most effective learning approach for them. And Learnfully tailors a programming plan to their needs based on the expertise of educators and connects them with proven specialists to provide individual instruction according to Pulse 2.0.


Today, VIPKid, a leading global education technology company, officially released an updated global platform, which will be accessible to students around the world. The global platform represents the company’s commitment to achieving its mission to inspire and empower every child for the future according to PRNewswire.


Edukoya, an Africa-focused online learning platform, has raised $3.5 million in a pre-seed round led by Target Global with strategic participation from angel investors including European and African founders such as Shola Akinlade – CEO and co-founder of Paystack (acquired by Stripe), Babs Ogundeyi and Musty Mustapha – founders of Kuda, Brandon Krieg and Ed Robinson – founders of Fintech Stash and Raffael Johnen – CEO of Aux Money among others according to Tech Nova GH.

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