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Sponsorship keeps Ning free

  As Ning transitions to its new offerings and pricing model in July, sponsorship by the education services and technology company Pearson will allow education networks to stay online – free.
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 As Ning transitions to its new offerings and pricing model in July, sponsorship by the education services and technology company Pearson will allow education networks to stay online – free.

Ning.com currently hosts 6,500 K-12 and 2,100 Higher Ed social networks. Under the Pearson sponsorship of Ning’s education networks, existing participants will have the opportunity to opt-in to the program and maintain uninterrupted access; new education networks joining will also be able to enjoy Ning’s features free of charge. For more information visit about.ning.com/pearsonsponsorship/.

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