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Learning platform now available per school

 it’s learning, inc. has restructured its pricing model to offer the it’s learning platform for only $995 per building, per year.
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it’s learning, inc., learning platform provider for K-12 and higher education, has restructured its pricing model to offer the it’s learning platform for only $995 per building, per year. Schools will be able to implement the it’s learning platform under a simple contract, regardless of the size of the student population. Professional development training is also available for an additional fee.

The platform supports different learning styles by allowing students and educators to create and deliver text, images, sound and video for lessons, collaborative projects, assignments, online discussions, tests or presentations.



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