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itslearning and Gooru Partner to Offer Science Courses

itslearning and the nonprofit Gooru today announced a partnership to offer 35 curriculum courses.
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itslearning and the nonprofit Gooru today announced a partnership 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.

In May 2016, the two organizations began their strategic alliance, focused on sharing in-depth content – millions of K-12 multimedia resources, thousands of teacher-created collections and assessments, and over 30 customizable courses.

By using the itslearning platform with Gooru’s capabilities, educators and learners can curate publisher, district-developed, or open education content with standards-aligned instructional support. 

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