MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., March 18, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Study.com, an online enterprise dedicated to offering flexible, affordable and personalized education solutions, has announced that the company will donate 100,000 licenses providing direct access to their intuitive e-learning platforms, for K-12 schools to continue to offer quality education outside the classroom amidst the coronavirus pandemic. The licenses will be given to district and school administrators, allowing teachers and students to access over 4,500 online courses.
"Study.com is humbled in this difficult time to be a resource for schools, teachers and districts who need to transition learning outside of the traditional classroom," said Adrian Ridner, CEO and Co-Founder at Study.com. "For over a decade, our mobile-based learning platform has allowed teachers to bring their classrooms online, without compromising the quality of education."
Study.com's online learning platforms support 'distance learning', offering:
79,000 video-based lessons, delivered in micro-segments that are mobile-accessible
4,500 courses and 12,000 lesson plans created by expert teachers
A fully-customizable curriculum and back-end virtual classroom for teachers to manage class activity.
Study.com will further be offering their distinct online learning platform at a significant discount for all school and district-wide deployments as well as individual families.
About Study.com Study.com is an online education platform that helps learners of all ages excel academically and close skills gaps. From test prep and homework help to earn low-cost college credit and developing workplace skills, Study.com's online courses, short animated video lessons and study tools have made learning simple for over 30 million students, teachers and working professionals. Study.com was founded in 2002 and is a privately-held company located in Mountain View, Calif. Learn more at http://www.study.com or download the mobile app from the iOS app store or Google Play.