Classkick to offer free digital classroom tool to coronavirus-affected schools

Mar 23 2020, 7:50 pm

Online homeschool tool Classkick will be offering their premium tool subscription for free to all schools in the US that have been affected by COVID-19.

“Classkick ensures that students receive the best possible distance education during this unprecedented time,” reads a release from the company.

The virtual class and education system allows teachers to assign coursework to students, watch them work in real-time, and grade assignments with ease.

Teachers and school districts in the United States that have been shut down can apply for access to Classkick Pro for free, using the form on their website.

“We envisioned a world with increased learning outcomes and equitable education for all students,” says Andrew Rowland, Founder and CEO, Classkick. “Research shows that the number one driver of student learning and development is great feedback. As former teachers ourselves, we have experienced how challenging it can be to reach every student at the right learning moment. We built Classkick to eliminate barriers, show teachers real-time student work, and pinpoint the most urgent needs so students can quickly learn and develop.”

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