The company is offering a limited number of invitations to educators to engage students in knowledge building and understanding through creative agency and inclusion.
“The pandemic has shed light on the need for student agency and inclusion, along with an emphasis on content-rich knowledge to support language learning effectively in literacy, history, social science, and science applications,” said Catherine Cahn, the CEO of Twig Education.
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