Edtech firm uses new app to boost English language skills
A Birmingham technology company has teamed up with the city council to provide an important new service for unaccompanied asylum seeker children in the city.
Language learning technology start-up Learning Labs is partnering with Birmingham Virtual School to deliver the service.
Based on the Innovation Birmingham Campus, Learning Labs is being recommended out to 400 schools in the region to help pupils with learning English as an Additional Language (EAL) through its pioneering mobile language EAL FlashAcademy app.
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