• Home
  • News
  • Lectera Named EdTech Breakthrough Award Winner for “Best Ongoing Education Solution Provider”
Lectera Named EdTech Breakthrough Award Winner for  “Best Ongoing Education Solution Provider”

June 9, 2021 – Lectera, an international educational platform and an inventor of the Fast Education method, has been awarded Best Ongoing Education Solution Provider of the Year by EdTech Breakthrough. 

EdTech Breakthrough, a leading market intelligence organization, recognizes the leading companies and solutions in the global educational technology market. This year, after extensive review, scoring, and analysis, the winners were selected from more than 2,000 nominations from all over the world.

“While we see that most EdTech solutions focus on adapting traditional courses to the e-learning format that require a significant effort and time from the students, the reality is that there is a need for a faster way to acquire knowledge on-the-go,” said James Johnson, managing director of EdTech Breakthrough. “Lectera offers a “breakthrough” solution that addresses this need, allowing students to improve their soft skills in a matter of hours or master a new profession in several weeks, thus empowering students in their professional goals when they need it. We congratulate Lectera and are thrilled to present them with our marquee Best Ongoing Education Solution Provider of the Year award”.

"We're honored to be recognized by EdTech Breakthrough as the Best Ongoing Education Solution Provider of the Year. This award validates both the value that our learning solution provides and all the hard work by our teams in Miami, Dubai and Moscow to make this project happen. From the beginning, the aim of Lectera was to provide access to the best knowledge, to make online education faster, more efficient and truly global without language barriers,” said Mila Semeshkina, Founder and CEO of Lectera.com.

The top 10 educational news stories from 2021: Lectera edition

Did you know that first-ever correspondence courses were the forebears of modern online education? They first appeared back in 1728.

New course category at Lectera. Master a new profession! 

We have great news for you: Lectera now has a new online career course category! 

TechBullion: why learning with Lectera is the right choice

On December 8, the popular British online publication TechBullion published an article about our educational platform. There, it described the Lectera principles, the main directions of training, and our Fast Education methodology.

Lectera methodologists win a prize at the Mozlab Hackathon

As soon as the year ends, everybody usually tries to finish the things they started. However, there are restless fans of their craft who also want to find new challenges.

Lectera conquers the Indian online education market

The Lectera platform has only existed since the summer of 2020, but it has already made a splash in the international market! For example, the Indian edition of Techstory published an article about our methodology, educational programs, the structure of our lessons, and, of course, our phenomenal results.

Mila Semeshkina's interview in Business Insider Africa: discussing Lectera's results after the first year of operation

Lectera has recently celebrated its first anniversary! In just over a year, we have managed to achieve incredible results. We now have an annual turnover of $5 million, increasing our number of students to 180,000 individuals from 50 different countries worldwide and conquering Africa's educational market.

Lectera is once again in HolonIQ’s list of top 100 most innovative EdTech startups 

Every year the US analytical centre HolonIQ compiles the rating of the best EdTech companies from Russia and the CIS countries. Lectera re-enters the list for the second time.

Online learning has contributed to a decrease in cyberbullying

Despite warnings from psychologists who fear an across-the-board increase in bullying as the education industry moves online.

American teachers refuse to conduct classes online

US school principals have proposed that educators allow quarantined children to attend offline classes online via video streaming, but teachers are dead-set against the proposal.

Scientists in the US plan to create an artificial intellect that can teach adult students

The US National Science Foundation is going to spend $220 million on this project.