Emil Education, a Harvard and UPenn-based virtual learning solution, offers free September access

Emil currently offers 20+ AP, core, and practice courses for high school students. With free access in September, students will be able to access an unlimited e-mail general library at September 30, 2021. Courses include: AP Computer Science, Computer Science Introduction, AP Psychology, AP English Language and Literature, AP Chemistry, AP Calculus, Algebra 2, AP World History, Actor, Financial Reading and many more.

Emil Education was founded in October 2020 By the Chief Executive Felix Ruano, Harvard University/ McKinsey & Co. alum, Vilardo, University of Pennsylvania / Nike / Uber Alum, and CT John Kiros, Dun and Bradstrett and Cal Poly Pomona Alma.

“We’ve all seen the impact of TK, Netflix, and Instagram on Jen-Z’s focus. These companies will continue to innovate to stay relevant. Unfortunately, we have never seen such an approach in education. Emil is here to change that, ”said Ruano.

Emil’s short form courses are designed to increase engagement in a digital landscape where scrolling is common. Drawing on the best practices from leading consumer technologies and social media, Emil is innovating to meet the needs and needs of high school students.

Intriguing teachers present short video content on key concepts from students’ favorite social channels. Questions and study guides reinforce learning. Accessing a large online community and a list of experienced teachers includes interaction and feedback. Finally, high schools have the option to enrich courses (for example, to help complement existing high school courses) or take credit for transcript.

“The credit option is really unique. This means we can encourage students to learn anything, anywhere, anytime, and earn high school transcript credits. ”

Free access to the basic product is available through September 30, 2021.

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Source: Emil Education

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