Security Bank, SG group offer free education during lockdown
To help families ensure that their children will continue to learn while the world is waging a war against the coronavirus pandemic, Security Bank has teamed up with Singapore-based e-learning platform 88Tuition for a free learning program for primary and secondary school students.
“BetterBanking means ensuring your safety while providing other opportunities that will be beneficial for you and your family. We are excited for this exclusive Philippine partnership with 88Tuition as continuous education is a commitment we nurture at Security Bank,” Security Bank President and CEO Sanjiv Vohra said.
88Tuition brings a certified learning platform with well-planned learning modules that provide children a sense of continuity and parents a sense of security.
The learning program is open to both Security Bank and non-Security bank clients. Students in the Philippines are given free access to its comprehensive library of educational materials and online classes until June 30, 2020.
Students from Grade 1 to 10 can instantly stream videos created by some of the best teachers in Singapore, helping them continue their learning while under the quarantine period. It simulates a normal class routine and provides homework through an easy dashboard that parents can access.
With the e-learning program, students will have access to lessons from subject topics such as Mathematics, Science, English and even Chinese education.
Commenting on the partnership, education technology advocate, Edukasyon.ph CEO and founder Henry Motte-Munoz said: “Whilst we understand the real concern that not all families have internet access, this is nevertheless a welcome opportunity for many parents out there to give their children quality education despite the current situation and to discover the value of online tools. We applaud Security Bank for opening up possibilities to parents and their children to bond over education and learning within the walls of their homes.”
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