We have great news to share with you! Open Digital Education, the leading educational social network, is stepping up its growth with help from Educapital, a European investment fund dedicated to education, and IMPACT Partenaires, France’s number-one socially oriented management company.
Founded eight years ago in Paris, Open Digital Education has built its reputation on the educational and collaborative approach behind VLEs (virtual learning environments). Today, the network is used in twenty-one countries throughout the world, including France, Brazil, Mexico, Japan, and the United States, and features two offers: ONE, which is designed for primary schools, and NEO, which is geared towards middle schools and high schools. Both are available in six languages (French, English, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, and German). These two complementary solutions are adapted to suit the age of their users while still offering a seamless experience from kindergarten to senior year.
“As specialists in education technology, we were drawn to Open Digital Education’s open and innovative approach. With its modular and customizable platform, school districts can make the solution their own and adapt it to match their regional priorities, such as in the case of large-scale roll-outs involving both primary and secondary schools,” says Litzie Maarek from Educapital.
This fundraising campaign allows Open Digital Education to expand its existing team and accelerate its growth, especially on the international stage. Open Digital Education would also like to enhance its social impact by helping to implement its solutions in disadvantaged school districts and by reducing digital illiteracy.
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