Thursday
July 1
2021

Microverse Wants to Educate Overlooked Coding Talent from Developing Regions

By Chris O’Brien

As digital transformation efforts accelerate, the competition for talent is growing more intense. Rather than simply helping companies find the right employees, Microverse is trying to enlarge the talent pool by attracting and educating students from developing countries.

The EdTech startup has built an online coding academy that uses a collaborative learning system and a specially designed curriculum that facilitates teaching for a more diverse range of candidates. The idea is to create a new generation of coders who are not only great programmers but are also well-adapted to a world of remote work where geography is becoming less of a barrier.

Source: VentureBeat (link opens in a new window)

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Education
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EdTech, education, startups