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Teacher Hub, the premier teacher recruitment platform, announced on Thursday that it has reached a $1.9 billion deal with LinkedIn to help teachers learn and work across a wide variety of platforms, including Prodigy.
Teacher Hub will work with LinkedIn, which owns the Prodigy app, to enable teachers to enroll their students in online courses and get paid for that learning, the company said in a blog post.
Teachers can sign up with LinkedIn in just a few clicks and start earning money on their classes within a few days, with the help of a prodigy account.
The teacher profile will include an account name and password, the email address of the teacher, and the number of teachers enrolled.
Students can choose a specific course or a personalized one, and teachers can view student reviews, feedback, and more.
Teachers can choose to be a paid prodigy by simply registering on LinkedIn, or they can pay for the service with an additional payment.
The LinkedIn deal with Teacher Hub is the latest in a string of partnerships with technology companies.
Teacher Hub announced in April that it was acquiring LinkedIn for $2.6 billion in cash and stock.
In July, the firm said it was partnering with Facebook to offer teachers the same kind of monetization model it has with Prodigy teachers.
TeachMonster, which provides online classes and grading services, will be in charge of recruiting teachers, according to the company.
Teaching students online for free has been a popular way to increase student engagement and retention, according the American Association of University Women.
The organization has said that over the past decade, online learning has become the most popular way for teachers to teach students, and that more than 40 percent of educators now use online classes.
Television students and teachers, for example, can signup for a projessor profile to receive paid projession and access to a personalized prodigy experience.
Teresa Vitti, president of TeacherHub, said the LinkedIn deal provides Teacher Hub with a unique opportunity to offer a high-quality and flexible education solution to teachers and students across the country.
Teachable Media, which has been working with Prodigal Teachers since 2016, said that TeacherHub is helping TeacherHub to grow its user base and increase revenue.
The company said that it will use TeacherHub’s analytics to help TeacherHub improve its user experience and grow the prodigy platform.
Teakle, which was acquired by LinkedIn for more than $2 billion in 2016, is one of the most prominent tech companies in the U.S. that has been growing its business with teachers.
The deal is another example of the growing popularity of Prodigy, which the company says is used by more than 400 million students every month.
Teekle, founded in 2010 by a group of students at Stanford University, has become a leader in the prodigal teacher community.
The platform allows teachers to get paid to create online classes, and it also offers students the ability to create a prodiga teacher profile, which can be customized to include the name, email address, and a photo.
Teacup, which is part of the Prodigals group of schools, said it has made more than 6,500 prodigals since it launched in 2018.
The majority of its students come from families with income levels below $30,000 per year.