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There is no one size fits all approach to building an impactful, collaborative, and engaging virtual learning environment.  Over the years I’ve been a first hand witness to the challenges educators have been met with, and there is still so much more that education technology has to offer to address the challenges that still live today. As we continue to improve Class software across platforms, we want to empower teachers and parents to bring personalized learning to the virtual classroom and offer tools that bring ease, flexibility and ultimately, deliver better learning outcomes. 

Today, I’m excited to announce that Class has teamed up with technology industry leader Intel to enhance the Class software virtual learning experience on Intel processor-based PCs and contribute to thought leadership in the space.

Intel’s dedication to ensuring instructors and students have access to the technologies and tools needed to meet the challenges of the changing world aligns with everything that we’re working to accomplish at Class. Through our partnership with Intel, we’ll be able to bring new, immersive features to Class’ software that are driven by research-backed functionalities. We’ll also work alongside Intel to leverage resources and provide educators and students with valuable insights, joint case studies, white papers, webinars and much more. 

As Class continues to work towards our mission to change the way the world learns, its technology innovators like Intel who will help us enhance the virtual learning experience for educators and students alike. 

We look forward to sharing more wins from this partnership, so stay tuned – we’ll be in touch again soon with more exciting news!

To inquire for more information, please request a demo of Class by clicking here.

About Michael
Michael Chasen is the co-founder and CEO of Class. He is an entrepreneur who has dedicated his career to improving the way people live and learn through technology. Chasen also served as co-founder and CEO of Blackboard Inc., a pioneering edtech company with software used by over 20,000 institutions and millions of instructors and learners worldwide.