Today’s Solutions: March 01, 2024

As students find themselves cooped up in their homes due to the outbreak, an increasing number of educational services are taking down their paywalls to encourage learners to, well, learn more. Earlier this week, for example, Yale made its beloved online “happiness” class free for everyone. 

Now Babbel, the Berlin-based paid language learning app, has recently announced that, in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is making its service available for free to all US students affected by school closures.

Until the end of the term, K-12 and college students can learn a wide range of languages including Spanish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Polish, Russian, Dutch, and Turkish. Students who want to sign up only need a valid school address to get started.

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