Prasad Ram and Amara Humphry share the belief that education is a fundamental human right. In 2011, they started Gooru, a California non-profit with a social mission: to honor the human right to education. How did this passion for education begin?
itslearning and Gooru will be the first to offer 35 curriculum courses, backed with assessments, for grades 6-12 in core subject areas, including science, mathematics, English language arts and social studies.
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The main highlights of this release are: More onboarding for customers using new itslearning – we continue to highlight new features and help users get the most from itslearning. The Stream now groups similar information making reading easier.
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Hear from education leaders who have worked with districts large and small, to streamline curriculum management, track and advance student progress, facilitate best practices, and maximize their curriculum investment.
itslearning and Gooru, a non-profit organization which provides a free online learning navigator for educators of the same name, today announced a strategic partnership to enhance itslearning’s platform with open educator-curated content.