This company aims to become the amazon of lifelong learning

From EdSurge: “In July, the company (Genius Group) bought the for-profit University of Antelope Valley in California, saying it would incorporate it as a portal in the metaverse, part of the voguish effort to link the globe into ‘one big classroom.’ Genius Group also partnered with NASA to help students find opportunities for start-ups to commercialize the agency’s technology patents. If you listen to the company’s chief executive, it’s thriving because it runs a hybrid model for its entrepreneurship training programs … While some companies have seen layoffs, the Genius Group lifelong learning platform is growing among users at a rate of greater than 50 percent, they claim. Currently, it has 2.7 million students across 200 countries, according to its website.”

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