Junior Achievement Selects Platform for Blended Learning Initiative

4/24/2014 12:00:00 AM

Desire2Learn (D2L) today announced that it is partnering with Junior Achievement USA® (JA) to deliver blended learning to JA students in the United States. The Desire2Learn integrated learning platform (ILP) will be the foundation of the new JA Education Gateway, the organization’s first digital footprint in the classroom.

The JA Education Gateway will launch this July at the organization’s annual conference and will initially be rolled out to 10,000 students. Eventually, the gateway will host a large percentage of JA’s curriculum, with the potential to reach millions of students across the U.S.


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