Home-based Learning Support for Families of Frontline Workers

 17 Apr 2020
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Singapore, 17 April 2020 – Singapore-based education services provider, Marshall Cavendish Education (MCE), announces today its commitment to frontline workers during this home-based learning season. The initiative offers free access to more than 30,000 frontline workers, providing their families with a range of digital learning resources for Math and Science, housed under MCE’s newly launched digital resources portal, MCEduHub.

“Marshall Cavendish Education would like to do our part in supporting students to ensure that learning continues during the Circuit Breaker. Our frontline workers have been tirelessly battling COVID-19 and we want to support them in ways we know best - by providing complimentary educational digital resources for their children. It is our way of saying thank you.” shared Yeoh Cheng Poh, Head of Education, Marshall Cavendish Education.

“Unlike most parents, our frontliners are unable to work from home and have less opportunity to guide their children in learning. By equipping these children with key education resources through MCEduHub, we enable them to do self-directed learning through various exercises and games that are in line with the MOE curriculum,” added Yeoh.

Providing quality educational resources for learning continuity

MCEduHub is a one-stop-solution, multi-functional digital learning content repository developed by Marshall Cavendish Education. It offers videos, interactive activities, and online assessments that are designed using research-proven teaching and learning pedagogies.

Currently, the MCEduHub resources cover both Math and Science, and more content will be added in the weeks to come, including resources for Chinese, Malay, and Tamil languages. This initiative is MCE’s latest support to the nation after its recent announcement of providing free access to Maths Buddies, a Math app, for all Singapore students.

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