Pupil enjoined to complete secondary school education online
Finally, Nigerian students can access world-class secondary school education online as ed-tech site ClassNotes.ng goes public.
Head of Media & Partnerships, Isaac Oladipupo in a chat with The Guardian, said, “During this COVID-19 pandemic, it’s easier for students’ education to take backseat. But an uneducated nation ultimately becomes a relegated nation. Having worked around-the-clock with our large network of highly experienced teachers alongside the support of Fate Foundation and the Kingdom of the Netherlands, we are glad to introduce ClassNotes.ng to fill this huge gap!”
According to head of content, Gabriel Olatunji-Legend, the startup is passionate about leveraging technology to deliver highly affordable education to Africans.
The platform is a dynamic online personal study buddy specially designed to help students produce extraordinary results. Within our first week of going live, we were inundated by overwhelming feedback from thousands of excited users, and we look forward to increasing our value offerings to revolutionise education in Africa.”
“Since inception, over 95 per cent of students, teachers and parents who have used platform reported that it is an effective learning resource, more than any other online learning resource. ClassNote.ng brings textbooks to life and connects students to their peers across other parts of the world, while bridging the quality gaps. With the platform, we believe anyone can learn anything and every child deserves a chance to learn.”
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