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Dystech Win the Learning Engineering Tools Competition (2022)

Dystech winner of the Learning Engineering Tools Competition

We are thrilled to announce that our Dystech is eligible to receive a prize from the 2021-2022 Learning Engineering Tools Competition. Our project was one of only 30 worldwide teams that is eligible to share $4 million in prizes to develop improved ed tech tools that will impact millions of students.

This year, more than 800 teams from 60 countries competed in this rigorous competition. The proposals sought to accelerate literacy and math skills for K-12 students, transform assessments in cost and quality, facilitate faster, better, and cheaper learning science research, and improve adult learning to boost middle class wages.

The educational tools developed by the winning teams have the potential to impact over 4 million learners by the end of 2022 and more than 40 million learners within the next three years, according to estimates calculated by each team. We could not be more excited to be among the winners working to address pressing issues in education and advance the field of learning engineering. A full list of winners, their projects, and awards can be found here: bit.ly/3xx9qdo

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