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Virtuleap accredited by STEM.org

We are proud to announce that Virtuleap has received its STEM.org accreditation. Being a STEM accredited program means that our Enhance VR brain training solution passes the standards necessary for compliance as a science, technology, engineering and math educational product and solution, and that K12 institutions worldwide can trust the quality of our cognitive assessment and training platform.

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