Curriki, a leading non-profit organization focused on transforming education, announces the formation of the Curriki Educational Experience (C2E) working groups to reshape the way educational content is created, distributed, and experienced. C2E is an open-source project focused on making educational content paid, portable and protected while also making it easy to deliver and consume. C2E aims to drive a vibrant ecosystem that delivers on the promise of high-quality digital educational content for all learners.

“We believe that technology and open standards simplify and expand opportunities for everyone to experience a world-class education.”, shared Scott McNealy, co-founder of Sun Microsystems and Curriki. “We’re bringing together the best minds in technology and, business and education to deliver on this promise.”

Curriki is drawing upon the power of the collaborative open-source community as well as leaders in the technology and publishing space to drive advancements in the quality and availability of educational resources with the goal of improving learning outcomes.

Pamela Schaffer, CEO of Curriki, expressed her enthusiasm for the formation of these working groups, stating, “This marks an exciting moment in our commitment to enhancing learning content and ensuring its availability to all in an engaging and impactful manner. By harnessing the collective knowledge and resources of the most innovative minds dedicated to addressing the challenges of educational content creation, distribution, and consumption, we can make a significant and swift impact.”

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About Curriki: Founded in 2006 by Scott McNealy (co-founder and former CEO of Sun Microsystems), Curriki is a non-profit organization that has revolutionized how digital learning content is created, distributed, and experienced. Curriki’s mission has long been to ensure that every learner, everywhere has access to high-quality, engaging learning opportunities, and the C2E is yet another innovation towards that end.