Partnership will bring personalized learning products to high schools in Japan


adaptive-learningKnewton has announced a partnership with Classi to provide adaptive learning solutions to Japanese public schools.

Classi is a joint venture of Benesse, the largest education publisher in Japan, and renowned Japanese telecom company SoftBank. Knewton will power Classi’s digital courses to help high school students get a more personalized learning experience.

“Knewton technology understands each student’s unique strengths and areas to develop and will help individuals move ahead as efficiently as possible within Classi,” said Masaki Yamazaki, CEO of Classi. “With SoftBank’s...

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