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Shaw Communications makes free digital educational programming available

Monday 30 March 2020 | 16:42 CET | News
Shaw Communications announced that it's giving families free access to digital educational programming for children and youth as school facilities are closed and students move to virtual learning modules due to the threat posed by Covid-19. Through a new partnership with EVERFI — an international social impact education innovator — Shaw is making available research-backed online programming designed to give K-12 students access to curriculum aligned topics that are most relevant to young people today, including personal health, financial education, mental health, digital wellness and

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Categories: General
Companies: Shaw Communications
Countries: Canada
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