An article in Maariv Online


“The technologies developed as part of the SEL challenge will be integrated in more schools, with an emphasis on peripheral areas. This is to enable more students to benefit from personalized learning and the acquisition of social-emotional skills, which are essential for modern life… We strive to integrate innovative and ground-breaking technologies in as many schools in Israel as possible, and help the education system deal with the challenges it faces.” Says Nir Lampert, chairman of the 8200 Alumni Association in the article.

Also in the article – an interview with Eyal Eshed, the CEO of the SpeakingPal company that won the challenge, in which he tells what he plans to do with the prize, and about the plans he presents for continued activity and expansion in the coming year.

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