Join RMCC and Khadijah Adams in Taking Your Support of Social Equity and Inclusion in Cannabis to the Next Level

Rocky Mountain Cannabis Consulting (RMCC) and Khadijah Adams partner to provide free education to cannabis social equity entrepreneurs and licensees

Khadijah Adams' sponsorship into the RMCC incubator and certification program is supporting the coaching of current and incoming social equity students”

— BriAnne Ramsay

DENVER, COLORADO, UNITED STATES, September 20, 2021 / — Rocky Mountain Cannabis Consulting (RMCC) and Khadijah Adams partner to provide free education to cannabis social equity entrepreneurs and licensees to give social equity business owners the knowledge and tools they need to build a strong business that can serve as a source of generational wealth for decades to come.

Khadijah Adams’ investment in RMCC’s social equity incubator and certification program sustains our joint effort to provide in-depth knowledge of compliant operational workflows, exhaustive training in every aspect of running a successful cannabis business, and expert coaching and mentorship.

Khadijah Adams, LLC became RMCC’s first ancillary partner to extend her philanthropic dedication to raising up those disproportionately harmed by cannabis prohibition beyond the significant time and effort she lends by making a generous donation to RMCC's social equity incubator and certification program. Khadijah Adams’ generous donation provides 11 students access to hundreds of hours of compliance education and training with coaching and mentorship from RMCC leadership.

As a sponsor of RMCC’s social equity incubator and certification program, Khadijah’s investment serves to provide social equity applicants with the knowledge, education, support, coaching, and mentorship they need to succeed.

When Khadijah Adams was shopping around for compliance training to support her social equity license holder in Denver, Colorado, RMCC was at the top of her list.

The scope of RMCC’s training, designed to teach an operator to build and scale their operation with infrastructure and training, was the only program she found that taught how to keep a licensed business in compliance with state requirements once established. When RMCC’s 100-hour social equity incubator and certification program is compared to the state of Colorado's responsible vendor training program requirements of only 2 hours of classroom time, it is plain to see adequate cannabis operations and compliance training is not easily accessible.

To date, RMCC has invested $80,000 in their social equity incubator program as students are learning how to:
● Audit their operations and conduct advanced METRC audits for clean-ups.
● Train others on how to build an efficient auditing department.
● Implement infrastructure knowledge by developing and executing compliance operations infrastructure across the supply chain.

RMCC provides compliant operational frameworks to scale and standardize cannabis businesses based on 30+ years of cannabis supply-chain and technology operational experience and training. The women at RMCC are on a mission to decrease labor costs and the risk of compounding errors in order to guide cannabis business owners and the wider cannabis community to long-lasting success.

RMCC and Khadijah Adams share a determination to see this industry succeed. Every successful industry is defined by who can thrive within its ranks. Join Khadijah Adams in sponsoring RMCC’s social equity incubator and certification program. Your sponsorship will support the coaching of current students and sponsor incoming social equity students.

Operating in all legal cannabis states since 2018, RMCC has standardized and scaled cannabis businesses compliantly by accelerating operational infrastructure through custom playbook development, hands-on training, and continuous validation of record retention with a suite of services:

● Comprehensive Operational Launch Package
● State Regulatory Matrices
● 45+ Hours of Self-Led Online Training Courses
● 100+ Hour Compliance Operations Certification Program
● Operational and Compliance SOPs and Playbooks
● Social Equity Incubator Program
● Licensing Support and Consultation

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Khadijah Adams, LLC dba "Girl Get That Money" is a business empowerment coaching and consultancy firm. Our goal is to empower women in business by providing them with the resources and tools they need to help them reach their goals. Our mission is to help women design and execute a plan of action that helps them gain clarity, set new goals, and align with their vision.

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Bob Krone with his wife, Selena. Credit: The Krone Family

Krone’s Visionary and Humanistic Approach to the Study of Space Communities and Settlement Was Unique

Bob Krone shared with many a vision of humanity’s future in space and a unique concept for how that vision could be advanced through the education of future generations…”

— John Mankins, National Space Society Board of Directors

WASHINGTON, D.C., USA, September 20, 2021 / — Robert “Bob” Krone, the founder of the Kepler Space Institute (KSI) and longtime supporter of the National Space Society (NSS), passed away peacefully in the presence of his family on September 15, 2021. He was 91 years old.

The Kepler Space Institute, of which he was president, is an accredited educational institution in Florida featuring an emphasis on the humanities side of space exploration and development. As Krone said, “[KSI is] dedicated to Space research and education for the expansion of human civilization from Earth into space, with the primary goal of benefitting humans everywhere on Earth and beyond.” This was his vision, and he pursued it with vigor.

Prior to founding KSI, Krone had a long and distinguished career in the United States Air Force, flying over 100 missions during the Vietnam war. He was awarded the Silver Star, 4 Distinguished Flying Crosses, the Bronze Star, 11 Air Medals, and the Meritorious Service Medal. Upon his retirement from the Air Force, he earned three advanced degrees, with a Ph.D. from the University of California, Los Angeles as a capstone. He went on to a long career in academia, teaching and designing education programs from 1975 until shortly before his passing. These educational institutions included the University of Southern California, La Sierra University, the University of South Australia, and KSI.

“Bob Krone shared with many a vision of humanity’s future in space and a unique concept for how that vision could be advanced through the education of future generations,” said John Mankins, a professor at KSI and former NASA engineer. “Active until almost the end of his life, he leaves a legacy of service and accomplishment." Mankins is also a member of the National Space Society’s board of directors.

Gary Barnhard, also an NSS board member and president of Barnhard Associates, said, "Dr. Krone, was a distinguished academic who lent his efforts to fostering understanding between those focused on the science and art of the humanities and those bent on architecting and engineering a spacefaring civilization." He added, "His efforts have helped lay a foundation for a broader understanding of the issues involved with extending our civilization into space."

While at KSI, Krone worked closely with the National Space Society, bringing a number of its leaders on as faculty. “Bob had a kind and all-inclusive vision for our future in space,” said Rod Pyle, Editor-in-Chief of Ad Astra, the NSS’s quarterly magazine, and a faculty member at KSI. “His deep knowledge of human nature, and his application of that understanding to a vision of a bountiful human future in space, was an inspiration to all of us who had the honor of working with him. His leadership and vision will be sorely missed.”

Krone will be interred at the Riverside National Cemetery in Riverside, California, and no date has been set for services. The event will be held virtually in respect for social distancing requirements.

The National Space Society was founded in 1987 via a merger of the National Space Institute, founded to promote citizen support for the American space program, and the L5 Society, based on the work of space settlement pioneer Gerard K. O’Neill. The NSS is the preeminent citizen's voice on space exploration, development, and settlement. For more information go to

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The healthier your gut, the healthier your entire body, so it is vitally important we keep our gut clean and healthy, otherwise we will never feel truly healthy.”

— Dr Darren Wayne, aka The Food Guru.

SHERIDAN, WYOMING, UNITED STATES, September 20, 2021 / — is a Holistic Lifestyle Company that is home to The MealBetix Lifestyle, which focuses on eating 100% Organic every day.

Founded in late 2020 by Food Scientist, Dr. Darren Wayne, aka The Food Guru, The MealBetix Lifestyle is the ultimate clean food lifestyle and therefore perfect for anyone wanting to improve their health without having to diet.

The MealBetix Lifestyle focuses solely on eating food that was grown in the last 100% Organic soil left here, in other words, is 100% clean, free from all pesticides, herbicides, artificial fertilizers and of course GMOs.

“After spending years searching for any soil that wasn’t contaminated, I finally found it, but just a little bit, and this is where The MealBetix Lifestyle was born.”
Pollution has contaminated everything around us, especially the soil, so just to find a little bit of soil left here that is still clean and pure, had been a very long and extremely arduous task to say the least.

We all desperately need foods with high fiber and protein, foods with high fiber to help with constipation and of course foods with high viscous fiber, especially those who think they cannot afford to eat 100% Organic every day. Since The MealBetix Lifestyle was launched, already thousands of people started experiencing more health than they ever have before, saving each person $300 or more on their monthly food bill even, plus saving them money on all their nutrition, too. (

What this means is that The MealBetix Lifestyle is not only very rare 100% Organic Food that is of course 100% GMO-free, but costs less than junk food! It’s hard to believe a 100% Organic lifestyle this healthy could ever cost so little, but The Food Guru does let food corruption raise the cost of 100% Organic, so everyone, no matter your income and no matter your location, The MealBetix Lifestyle can save you a lot of time and especially a lot of money.

And The MealBetix Lifestyle just launched the wholesale price, so you can now pay less than junk food to start The MealBetix Lifestyle. Imagine saving enough time each week not having to prepare and cook meals so you can start a hobby, and saving enough money on your food bill every month and save enough on your nutrition each year to take an island vacation! Plus feel your health improving daily! This is nothing short of a miracle, especially these days.

“We desperately need a truly clean source of real food that can help keep us healthy every day, before it’s gone forever. And this is what The MealBetix Lifestyle represents.”

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Kids’ Creative Project, Winners 2021 Announced

BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS, USA, September 20, 2021 / — SpecGraphixEDU, an innovative education start-up, has announced the winners of the first “Kids’ Creative Project Competition!” This annual event is a celebration of kids’ creativity. The first place winner receives $1,000, second place $600, and third place $400! Through this event, students’ are challenged to raise the creative bar for their work, find motivation in their inherent talent, and work hard toward mastering their field of interest.

SpecGraphixEDU has the Kids' Project Competition annually and you can enter too. Visit to learn more.

SGEDU Founder and CEO, Eric Cody Hansen, announced and congratulated the winners:
First Prize: 6th grader Jonathan Yeh for his Minecraft Architecture Project! Second Prize: 5th grader Sasha Levinson for her Graphic Design Project! Third Prize: Nathaniel Wholey for his Coding Project! There were a total of 106 entries covering architecture, business, coding, engineering, graphic design, photography, and video production. The judging of the projects was extremely competitive, and done by BU faculty members, independent of SGEDU.

Hansen, explained, “We were awarded #1 in the U.S. for Innovation 2020 and 2021 by Kidazzler. The Competition is a celebration of the creative potential of kids everywhere. All SGEDU students, ages 5-13, are invited to participate. We hope to raise awareness of the importance of creativity and creative thinking in the classroom and across the curriculum, and help raise the value of creativity in public schools.

The Competition judges were faculty members from the BU Wheelock School of Education, BU Questrom School of Business, BU College of Communication, BU College of Engineering, and BU College of Fine Arts. According to Peter Marton, Questrom School of Business, “The SGEDU students’ grasp of business concepts and the poise they demonstrated in their presentations were impressive, especially considering their ages.” Paul Schneider, Film & TV Department Chair, BU School of Communication says, “SGEDU students demonstrate a comprehensive level of industry knowledge that is unexpected from kids their age.”

SpecGraphixEDU is a Boston area education start-up by Founder and CEO, Eric Cody Hansen. Live after-school classes and live online classes are offered for kids ages 5-13. The SGEDU team has developed over two dozen classroom innovations in the form of software and pedagogy. Innovations include realistic CGI effects, an AI assistant tutor, and virtual reality. These affordable, creativity-based classes are changing the lives of thousands of students – with a staggering 86% return rate. Scholarships for low-income families are available. No wonder Startup BOSTON described SpecGraphixEDU as “Enabling creativity in the next generation of innovators.”
SpecGraphixEDU has the Kids' Project Competition annually and you can enter too. Visit to learn more.

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2021 $2,000 Kids’ Project Competition – SGEDU

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William H. Sadlier, Inc. Announces Dividend

William H. Sadlier, Inc. (OTCPNK:SADL)

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, September 20, 2021 / — William H. Sadlier, Inc. (“Sadlier”) (OTCPNK:SADL), a leading publisher of educational materials, announced that its Board of Directors, at a meeting of the Board on September 15, 2021, declared a dividend of $1.15 per share of its Common Stock which will be payable on September 30, 2021 to holders of record at the close of business on September 22, 2021.

About Sadlier

William H. Sadlier, Inc. is a recognized and respected publisher of print and digital educational materials for Pre K–12. Since 1832, Sadlier’s pursuit of excellence has been driven by a commitment to meet the needs of the educational community. Sadlier programs offer strong instructional support to help students reach their full potential — in school and throughout life.

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The Crowley Company Adds, Promotes Personnel to Support Growth

Tim Palmer, The Crowley Company

Vicki Sample, The Crowley Company

Crowley's scanner hardware, conversion services and support services divisions all increase staff to accommodate current and future growth.

FREDERICK, MARYLAND, UNITED STATES, September 20, 2021 / — Despite the challenges brought about by a worldwide pandemic, The Crowley Company (Crowley), a commercial digitization products and digitization services firm headquartered in Frederick, Maryland, has hired and promoted staff to accommodate growth in all divisions.

Wanda Brickey has joined Crowley’s corporate offices in the role of director of administrative services. Formerly a taxpayer professional and payroll specialist at Cherry Bekaert LLP, Brickey works closely with the executive team to manage all aspects of human resources to include recruiting, hiring, onboarding, payroll, accounting management and more.

The manufacturing and hardware divisions, located in San Dimas, California and Basingstoke, UK and in sales offices throughout the US and in the UK, has brought on the following personnel:

Eva Jasinska. Jasinska joins Crowley’s Basingstoke division as a member of the administrative team, supporting manufacturing operations in the areas of administration, purchasing and logistics.

Tim Palmer. Palmer has joined the company as a regional business development manager to focusing on the sale of production, patron and digital-to-analog systems and scanners for cultural heritage, document and microform collections. In this role, he will cultivate relationships with government, academic and corporate archives and organizations throughout the western United States (Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico and west to include Alaska and Hawaii). With more than two decades of experience in the records management industry, Palmer brings detailed knowledge of digital capture and enterprise software challenges and solutions to those he’ll serve at Crowley. He is tasked with growing new business and supporting current Crowley scanner owners across his 13-state region.

Ivan Romero. Romero rejoins The Crowley Company as a senior electrical engineer in the company’s San Dimas, California manufacturing division. In this role, he will continue to update and innovate the firm’s well-respected and award-winning Mekel Technology line of microfilm, microfiche and aperture card scanners.

David Turnbull. A 21-year veteran of Crowley’s Wicks and Wilson division in Basingstoke, UK, has taken on the role of business development for scanners and software in the UK (England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland). With prior roles in manufacturing, supporting and training the Wicks line of scanners, Turnbull is uniquely suited to represent Crowley in this territory.

The conversion services arm of The Crowley Company has added, promoted and shifted staff members for maximum efficiency on the scanning floor as well as for sales expansion.

Kaseur Blatchley and Vicki Sample have both moved from digitization production roles to service sales. Blatchley, a former project specialist, is supporting the services sales team with marketing outreach and pre-sales qualification as a business development associate. Sample, a former services project manager known for fostering strong customer relationships, is now a regional sales representative with concentration on the western United States.

Joining the services sales team is Scott Pechacek, a former vice president of sales and marketing with Northern Micrographics. Pechacek is based out Minnesota and bears responsibility for sales and service in the Midwest as senior regional business development manager. He brings extensive experience to the Crowley team and is welcomed for his commitment to customer care and industry knowledge.

On the production floor, Kris Sheckels has created and implemented the position of equipment manager. The trio of Kristina Bane, Mike Musser and Eric Watters have formed a project management partnership to oversee overhead, rotary, microfilm, microfiche and aperture card scanner production. Three of the four have more than a decade of experience each with The Crowley Company.

Former director of administration, Debbie Harris, has been named the company’s director of Support Services and has modernized the division structure to include the departments of technical service (led by Steve Sheckels), order fulfillment, contract services and logistics. The success of the new structure has allowed for the addition of personnel and positions to keep up with the demand for support services.

Karen Allanach has joined the team as technical support administrator. Responsibilities include client services, workflow management and inter-department support.

Steve Gress and Adam Moxley have each come on board as traveling technicians. Both are heavily experienced in the troubleshooting, diagnosis and repair/updating of scan systems and software and offer on-the-road and online scanner installation, triage and training, rounding out the team of technicians that support US sales.

Francis Wangenye is making an impact as Crowley’s new contract sales and renewal specialist and is responsible for technical support client communication and contract administration.


About The Crowley Company
The Crowley Company is a world leader in digital scanning technologies manufacture and resale and provides an extensive number of digital document and film conversion services to the library, academic, publishing, commercial, government and archive sectors.

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La disfunción intestinal neurogénica se puede tratar con éxito para maximizar la calidad de vida de las personas que tienen este problema. Los seminarios web son gratuitos.”

— Marcalee Alexander. MD

UNITED STATES, September 20, 2021 / — La disfunción intestinal neurogénica afecta a millones de personas en todo el mundo. Los trastornos neurológicos como las lesiones y los trastornos de la médula espinal, la esclerosis múltiple, la enfermedad de Parkinson, los accidentes cerebrovasculares y otras cuestiones a menudo causan problemas con problemas como la incontinencia y el estreñimiento que pueden ser extremadamente preocupantes y afectar sustancialmente la calidad de vida y la capacidad para trabajar.

La disfunción intestinal neurogénica también puede afectar los sistemas familiares cuando los cuidadores necesitan ayudar a la persona con el trastorno a limpiar o si las personas no pueden salir de sus hogares. A pesar de estos problemas, existen formas en las que la disfunción intestinal neurogénica se puede manejar con éxito para maximizar la calidad de vida de las personas que tienen este problema.

Sustain Our Abilities (SOA), una corporación 501C3 con sede en EE. UU. que reúne a profesionales y personas con discapacidades para promover la justicia ambiental, la salud y la calidad de vida de las personas con discapacidades, patrocina un seminario en línea el 9 de octubre en conjunto con Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital, AMLAR y COMEFYR. El objetivo general del programa es discutir las opciones para el manejo del intestino neurogénico y optimizar la capacidad de las personas con intestino neurogénico y los profesionales para trabajar juntos para encontrar soluciones y asegurar la máxima calidad de vida para las personas con intestino neurogénico. También se prestará especial atención a la transición efectiva de la rehabilitación al hogar en el manejo intestinal.

El seminario será presentado por Antonis Kontaxakis, MD de Grecia junto con Gianluca Sampogna, MD de Italia y habrá presentaciones de Kim Chamberlain de los EE. UU., Osvaldo Chiara, MD de Italia, Lance Goetz, MD de los EE. UU., Angel García Fernández de Argentina, Claus Hultling, MD, PhD de Suecia, Klaus Krogh, MD, PhD de Dinamarca, Hermana Erikael Nade de Tanzania, Shivjeet Raghav de India, Michele Spinelli, MD de Italia, Marcelo Ullúa de Argentina y Marcalee Alexander MD, fundadora de SOA. Todas las conferencias serán en inglés con subtítulos en español.

El programa se llevará a cabo de 10 am a 1 pm hora del este y las personas pueden registrarse aquí. Además, el programa estará disponible en el canal de YouTube de Sustain Our Abilities después del evento y los espectadores podrán ver el evento posteriormente en YouTube con subtítulos en muchos idiomas diferentes.

Los eventos alrededor del mundo que promueven la educación sin fronteras son un proceso de aprendizaje característico de Sustain Our Abilities. La misión de Sustain Our Abilities es unir a las personas con discapacidad y los profesionales para garantizar que se aborden las necesidades de las personas con discapacidad durante la crisis climática, promover la sostenibilidad en la rehabilitación y la atención médica y garantizar que todos seamos parte de la solución, juntos. Como parte de esta misión, la educación se brinda de manera “verde” utilizando programación basada en Internet y asegurando que se tengan en cuenta los aportes de personas con discapacidad y profesionales, hombres y mujeres, y personas de países económicamente desfavorecidos y privilegiados. Además de promover la calidad de vida, un evento emblemático que Sustain Our Abilities ha desarrollado es el Día del Mañana, 22 de octubre, cuando se alienta a las personas a unirse en la comunidad para tomar medidas contra el cambio climático y prepararse para desastres y eventos climáticos extremos.

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Matthew Greenberg, Scholarship Winner

Matthew Greenberg is the winner of the 2021 Maureen Filetti Memorial Scholarship

We proud that Matthew is the 4th recipient of this annual scholarship that honors Maureen Filetti.”

— Kevin Keating, President of HANGAR12

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, UNITED STATES, September 20, 2021 / — Congratulations go out to Matthew Greenberg, who recently graduated from Buffalo Grove High School (Township High School District 214) in Illinois and was named this year’s Maureen Filetti Memorial Scholarship recipient.

Matthew was a member of the National Honor Society and DECA, the student business-focused organization. Greenburg has been a member of DECA since his freshman year, and this year was a qualifier in State in Sports and Entertainment Marketing. He plans to study Marketing and Business Education at Illinois State after taking a number of technical education courses ranging from engineering to business to explore his interests.

Greenburg also held several leadership roles in his youth group that sharpened his interest in business. As Treasurer, he was responsible for managing funds and organizing fundraisers. As Programming VP, he was tasked to create and market events for members and recruit new members. He joined the Regional Leadership Team to engage new members throughout the Chicagoland area and support their international scholarship fund.

Greenburg recalls volunteering as a C.H.I.L.L. tutor at Cooper Middle School through Hands On Suburban Chicago. He enjoyed it so much that he revised his senior schedule to incorporate education pathway classes, taking College Introduction to Education and Teacher Internship.

The Scholarship honors Maureen Filetti, who attended Buffalo Grove High School and worked many years at HANGAR12 marketing agency in Chicago and brought positivity and light into the lives of everyone she knew. Maureen passed away 4 years ago on September 19th. It is funded by donations from both HANGAR12 and Saputo Cheese USA Inc. Congratulations to Matthew on his well-deserved honor! And as Maureen always said, #staypositive

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Smart Learning & Education Market: Latest Technological Development in Global Industry | TMR Study

A latest study collated and published by TMR analyzes the historical and present-day scenario of the global smart learning & education market.

ALBANY, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, September 20, 2021 / — Transparency Market Research delivers key insights on the global smart learning & education market. In terms of revenue, the global smart learning & education market is estimated to expand at a CAGR of ~24% during the forecast period, owing to numerous factors, regarding which TMR offers thorough insights and forecasts in its report on the global smart learning & education market.

Smart learning is a broad concept for education. It represents how advanced technologies help learners to more easily, efficiently, and conveniently ingest information and skills. Smart education, a term used in the digital era to characterize learning, has increased interest of many researchers. The aim of intelligent education is to enable intelligent learners in the 21st Century to meet the needs of work and life.

The growing integration of smart solutions in the education sector is a major factor that drives the smart learning & education market. Smart learning & education market provides the best path for higher education, as it ensures the brightest future. With the help of non-traditional approaches, it was witnessed that the number of higher education institutions are already reaching out to more learners; this trend will gain more traction in the upcoming years.

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Smart Learning & Education Market: Dynamics

The growing adoption of various technologies such as cloud computing and AI, along with Internet penetration in the education sector drives the demand for smart learning & education. However, the smart learning & education market faces challenges due to uncertainty of educational policies across countries. Slow Internet connection and poor connectivity in rural areas negatively impact the growth of the market. It has been observed that smart learning is only accessible on smartphones or computers. Thus, students living in rural areas face challenges to learn from smart learning. For instance, according to a survey, more than 47 percent of students still live in rural areas. Students face challenges to learn from smart learning techniques due to poor network connectivity.

However, the smart learning & education market provides several benefits to learners, which include improved teaching or learning experiences, learning accessibility, access to online data and tools, and viability of using and exchanging knowledge. This is likely to drive the smart learning & education market in the near future.

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Smart Learning & Education Market: Prominent Regions

The smart learning & education market in North America is expected to account for the largest share during the forecast period, due to rising digitalization in the educational sector and presence of major market players in the region. In addition, the U.S. Government has increased investment in the educational sector, which is fuelling the growth of the smart learning & education market.

The smart learning & education market in Asia Pacific is likely to expand at the highest CAGR during the forecast period, due to adoption of smartphones in developing economies, which has increased enrolment of students in online learning platforms. This factor will further fuel the growth of the smart learning & education market in the region. The Europe market is projected to rise at a notable CAGR during the forecast period, owing to rising government support toward the transformation of traditional learning to advanced learning in the region, which leads to growth of the smart learning & education market.

Smart Learning & Education Market: Key Players

Key players operating in the global smart learning & education market are Adobe Corporation, Blackboard, Inc., Cisco Systems, Inc., Cornerstone Ondemand, Inc., D2L Corporation, Dell, Inc., EduComp Solutions, Ellucian Co. LP, IBM Corporation, Microsoft Corporation, Oracle Corporation, Ellucian Company L.P, InFocus Corporation, NewRow, Inc., Smart Technologies, and Unit4 N.V.

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Rank One partners with Rapid Replay bringing dynamic video content options to high schools

DALLAS, TEXAS, USA, September 20, 2021 / — Today Rank One announced a partnership with Rapid Replay, a video content platform for local athletes, teams, and community groups to connect through livestreams and video highlights. Rank One will integrate Rapid Replay STREAM as their recommended streaming service to its users. Rank One users will also now be able to display videos from athletic departments and communities through Rapid Replay's embedded video players.

Rapid Replay and Rank One will also integrate schedules to automatically associate a stream or highlight to a specific event. “If you’re a school employee, you have plenty to do without entering the same data repeatedly across multiple platforms.” Says Jason McKay, CEO at RankOne. “Rank One and Rapid Replay are teaming up to make this process faster and easier than ever”

“Video can be complicated.” According to Nick Busto, CEO of Rapid Replay. “We're excited to give Rank One schools a set of simple, effective video tools to engage their communities and generate revenue for the athletic departments.”

The Rapid Replay platform is now part of Rank One Connect, and will integrate with Rank One’s existing school activity management features, expanding the possibilities for existing customers on both platforms through the Rank One Connect API. Rank One customers will be able to leverage their existing account data when using Rapid Replay, reducing data errors, setup time and paperwork.

About Rapid Replay
Rapid Replay provides an end-to-end video solution for athletic communities–from live streaming, to post-game film analysis, to highlight distribution. Rapid Replay’s background in video production provides the technical backbone for scalable, reliable video products nationwide.

About Rank One
Rank One is a school activity management platform committed to enhanced departmental efficiency for athletics and fine arts departments. Rosters, schedules, payments, injury reporting, and messages are just part of the wide range of services provided by the Rank One platform.

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Greg Gonzalez
Rank One
+1 210-253-1893

Greg Gonzalez
Rank One
+1 210-253-1893
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