Today Amazon introduced a free service for digital educational resource named “Amazon Inspire”. With this, teachers can find and share quality educational resource nationwide at no cost.
Teachers from 15000 school districts in the country can draw from it. With its rich features, you can turn the dream of digital classrooms into reality in schools, colleges, etc.
Already an ample of participants has signed up from Mineola Public Schools in New York to the U.S. Department of Education, the Newseum in Washington, D.C and the Folger Shakespeare Library.
While taking part in this, the Tulare County Office of Education in California, serving over 100,000 students in 43 school districts said that they are really happy that Amazon has provided this free service for their staff to share the worthy educational resources nationwide.
This is in the beta stage and is all set for the teachers to make use of and provide feedback to shape the future of K-12 education.
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