A Chicago University is reaching out to underserved students with an affordable new program powered by adaptive technology.

A new collaboration between Carnegie Mellon's learning company Acrobatiq and National Louis University has created a new, innovative undergraduate program aimed at expanding access to underserved learners and improving student achievement through adaptive-powered, competency-based learning.

The Harrison Professional Pathways Program at National Louis University, the adaptive learning platform, content library and professional services of Acrobatiq, aims to deliver a competency-centric blended learning program to bridge the achievement gap for underserved learners in the Chicago area.

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