Minister and EdTech firm to meet for education advancement

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Anthology, a global leader in education technology, has chosen Nigeria for discussions on the implementation of Blackboard Learn, its Learning Management System (LMS). Senior executives from Anthology will engage with the Federal Government, educational institutions, and key stakeholders during their visit to explore collaborative opportunities.

The focal point of these discussions will be with the Minister of Education, Tahir Mamman, and other stakeholders. Anthology aims to introduce cutting-edge EdTech solutions that cater to the diverse needs of learners, educators, and institutions, aligning with educational objectives.

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Operating in over 80 countries and serving more than 150 million learners, educators, and administrators, Anthology brings extensive expertise and a global perspective to Nigeria’s educational landscape. The company emphasizes seamless integration with existing systems, fostering a unified EdTech environment.

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Anthology’s commitment to transforming education aligns with its mission to deliver dynamic, data-informed learning experiences to the Nigerian education community. During this visit, Anthology plans to contribute actively to the progress of education technology in Nigeria, establishing a new partnership that could enable 253 institutions to enhance their digital learning capacity through the deployment of Anthology’s Learning Management System, Blackboard Learn.

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The company’s adaptable solutions can be tailored to meet the distinctive requirements of educational institutions in Nigeria, showcasing Anthology’s dedication to elevating education technology solutions in the country.

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