Moringa School selects Flatiron School curriculum to close the skills gap in Africa
Moringa School, a multi-disciplinary learning-accelerator in Africa, signs on for curriculum agreement.
Flatiron School is pleased to announce a curriculum agreement with Moringa School, a multi-disciplinary learning-accelerator in Africa. Moringa School has licensed the Flatiron School curriculum to support their goal of closing the skills gap in Africa’s job market by delivering transformative tech-based learning to high-potential jobseekers.
“We found a like-minded partner in Moringa, who was prioritizing quality, experience, and outcomes for students,” said Rebekah Rombom, Chief Business Officer at Flatiron School. “I know that together, we’re poised to make a big impact on career opportunities and the tech ecosystem for learners in Africa — and that we’re just getting started, with lots more to come.”
Moringa has licensed the Flatiron School curriculum and learning platform, and will deliver the material independently. This agreement is allowing Moringa to re-think its campus-based teaching model to continue to grow the tech sector across Africa.
If you’re looking for a partner to help deliver best-in-class curriculum and technical learning tools with expertise to deliver it at scale, contact Flatiron School for a free consultation to see what our Enterprise Team could build for your college or university.
Disclaimer: The information in this blog is current as of 17 February 2022. Current policies, offerings, procedures, and programs may differ. For up-to-date information visit FlatironSchool.com.
Posted by Flatiron School / February 17, 2022
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