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NBC LEARN to Bring Digital Resources to Missouri Schools

NBC Learn, the educational arm of NBC News, announced today a partnership with Missouri-based, k12itc, that will make its digital learning resources available to K-12 schools across Missouri.
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NBC Learn, the educational arm of NBC News, announced today a partnership with Missouri-based k12itc that will make its digital learning resources available to K-12 schools across Missouri. This collaboration provides fee-based subscription access to NBC’s resources to elementary, middle and high students, as well as their teachers and parents, beginning with the 2012-2013 school year.

NBC Learn K-12 provides access to over 14,000 NBC News archival video resources. Each video is mapped to curriculum, state standards, and The Common Core, and the database is updated with current events on a daily basis. A subscription to NBC Learn K-12 allows all teachers, students, and their parents to access the resource at school and at home with 24-hour customer support. NBC Learn is also compatible with the iPad so that users can access resources on the go. As part of the partnership with k12itc, NBC Learn K-12 will also provide product and professional development training for teachers and administrators.

k12itc, Inc. is a Kansas City-based technology services company focused exclusively on K-12 school districts.

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