Nigerian Edtech startup, uLesson has introduced Junior Secondary School lessons as part of the content it offers to Nigerian students on the uLesson app. This new content was released on July 7, 2020.
The uLesson app was launched in March 2020 and had a Secondary School library comprising subjects like Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. Following the introduction of the Junior Secondary School content, the app now offers students access to subjects such as Basic Technology, Basic Science, Business Studies, and Mathematics.
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Speaking on the newly introduced feature, Sim Shagaya, founder and CEO of uLesson Education Limited said,
“Like the Senior School library, the Junior School library has been richly designed in scope, interactivity, and effectiveness in line with the West African Secondary School curriculum. We have taken steps to provide best-in-class lessons delivered by expert tutors to ensure that learners get only the best learning experience.”
According to Shagaya, the digital age has provided students with several opportunities for learning that were previously unavailable.
“It is our goal at uLesson to leverage this digital transformation to provide learning tools that will help students learn in a simpler and more effective manner,”
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Vice President, Learner Experience and Growth, uLesson Education, Manji Cheto described the introduction of the Junior Secondary School library as a response to a deep customer need.
“We pride ourselves as a company that listens to and anticipates customer needs, and then acts quickly to respond to these concerns. The release of our junior secondary library is a great example of this. Customers made it overwhelmingly clear that this is what they wanted from us and so, we are proud to deliver this in the timeframe that we have.”
With online learning platforms being the future of education, the introduction of the uLesson content couldn’t have come at a better time. It has made it possible for students to have access to quality education whenever and wherever they want as long as they can access the internet. The startup plans to soon include more content on the uLesson app.
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