Global EdTech and Smart Classroom Market (2020 to 2025) – Increasing Spending on the Education Sector Presents Opportunities

DUBLIN, Oct. 7, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The “EdTech and Smart Classroom Market by Hardware (Interactive Displays, Interactive Projectors), System (LMS, SIS, TMS), Technology (Gamification, Analytics, Advanced Technology), and Region – Global Forecast to 2025” report has been added to’s offering.

The global EdTech and smart classroom market size is expected to grow from USD 85.8billion in 2020 to USD 181.3billion by 2025, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 16.1% during the forecast period.

The major factors driving the growth of the EdTech and smart classroom market include growing adoption of eLearning solutions, impact of COVID-19 pandemic and growing need for online teaching-learning models to continue the education system in lockdown.

Learning management system segment to hold the largest market share during the forecast period

The LMS applications are used for the supervision, certification, tracking, and offering of eLearning applications. These systems primarily track classroom instructions, automate

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UA Presents changes its name, mission as part of its ‘renaissance’ | Entertainment

Arizona Arts Live 2020-21 season

What: Arizona Arts Live replaces UA Presents as the University of Arizona arts presenter. It kicks off its inaugural season in October.

Tickets: Prices as listed and available at

The season:

• Oct. 29-Nov. 29, “Monuments”: Australian artmaker Craig Walsh challenges the traditional concept of monuments as homages to long dead heroes and instead celebrates the living, commemorating Southern Arizona’s unsung heroes for their contributions to the community. Each night in the trees on the University of Arizona campus, visitors can see projected images of local heroes and learn their stories. Free.

• Nov. 10-24, 600 Highway Men’s ​”A Thousand Ways​, Act 1,” over a telephone: The opening act of a three-part performance art piece that engages audience members “with their words, actions, gestures, silence and thoughts.” Here’s how it works: Two people who have never met, guided by prompts, questions and a

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Online learning presents new challenges for families

WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah — As the education system in Utah navigates the COVID-19 pandemic, the first month of online learning has been a challenge for some students and parents.

“I just don’t like the experience,” said 8th grade student Rohan Kahkural. “The way I am able to encounter my teachers, talk to them — it’s kind of hard getting to know them. I have no connection with my teachers. I just see their face, but I don’t know who they are really.”

Rohan began the year doing online learning at his school. His sister is also learning from home.

“Most kids say they don’t want to learn online because they learn from real school and I say that’s really true,” Parish Kahkural said. The 4th grade student feels her education isn’t progressing like it was prior to the onset of the pandemic.

“You learn a lot more

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