Barbie’s latest move? Teaching kids to code

The CEO of education tech provider Tynker

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The CEO of education tech provider Tynker tells Moneyish about his partnership with doll owner Mattel and the secret to getting more women in STEM. Barbie no longer needs male technical support. The most iconic of American dolls came under fire in 2014 for a book titled “I Can Be A Computer Engineer” that was mocked as being “almost laughably sexist.” But under new management and in a more woke era, franchise owner Mattel now is working with education tech startup Tynker on a Barbie-themed curriculum to teach kids programming.

Coursera, an online learning

Stamping out student plagiarism is

ClassDojo today is announcing that

Turnitin Acquires Pl …

VERICITE, a developer of a plagiarism

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VERICITE, a developer of a plagiarism detection tool used in schools and universities, has been acquired by Turnitin. Financial details of the deal were not disclosed. In a blog post announcing the transaction, Turnitin CEO Chris Caren noted that VeriCite’s leadership and staff will join the Turnitin. Founded in 2014, Vericite claimed as many as 150 institutional customers in K-12 and higher education as of November 2017. In her post announcing the deal, Vericite CEO Valerie Schreiner said that no immediate changes to pricing or service will happen for its customers.

Coursera, an online learning

Stamping out student plagiarism is

ClassDojo today is announcing that

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