AIDS in Zimbabwe, human rights, poverty. Solve the global education crisis, and a generation later you'll make progress on every other problem.
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2U develops technology platforms that give universities the ability to deliver traditional offline curricula in an online learning environment.
Adaptive learning company that partners with publishers, content providers, and educational institutions to enable personalized education at mass scale.
Not-for-profit online education enterprise founded by Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Education company that partners with the top universities and organizations in the world to offer courses online for anyone to take.
Online higher education company founded by artificial intelligence professors and offering classes that anyone can take, anytime.
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