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The Muse app leverages technology to sustainably improve learning and lesson delivery in low-resource environments. The content is designed for higher engagement, containing contextualized, animated,
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Money Flow Challenge allows young people to learn about key issues in managing personal finances, from planning income and expenses to investment and loans, all through a game!
Arludo is developing a library of free interactive and engaging mobile apps where, through social interactions, students collect scientific data on the topics being studied. Teachers can use the data
Curious Learning is a non-profit that curates, localizes, optimizes and distributes open-source learning apps that provide a path to literacy in 48+ languages regardless of proximity to schools or eve
The application, called Never Lost, was created as a useful tool for all children and answers some questions that a child may have when lost, or found in an emergency situation, such as “Who am I? I’m