Millennium@EDU at Clinton Global Initiative 2013
Bi-Bright, Mastervision in the north-american market, through the Millennium@EDU project, which is a partner, was invited to attend the Clinton Global Initiative 2013, an initiative of the Clinton Foundation, which took place in New York City, from 23th to 26th of September.
During the event, the Millennium@EDU initiative presented a project to supply 1,500 interactive classrooms, distributed by 150 countries, aiming to allow real-time interaction of all classrooms, through its own software.
Thus, thanks to these technologically advanced classrooms, students from 150 schools covered by the project may develop, at the same time, several activities with students from other countries, having contact with other realities, cultures and experiences and enrich their curriculum and knowledge.
About Clinton Global Initiative
Established in 2005 by President Bill Clinton, the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI), an initiative of the Clinton Foundation, convenes a community of global leaders to forge solutions to the world´s most pressing challenges. CGI members include some of the world´s largest companies, leading NGOs and foundations, government representatives from around the world, and prominent individual philanthropists. CGI fosters action through a rich year-round calendar of events designed to help members connect, collaborate, and make effective and measurable commitments.