Our general approach to content with our partners is that we provide a menu of available, open source content that can be loaded to use offline on the content - but we let our partners make the final decision. This has been our approach since the beginning - after discussing with the World Bank, UNICEF, and others we learned that we could organize great content sources available that could be used. However, in order to ensure correct implementation and encourage local buy-in, we needed teachers and administers on the ground to have the final say. To that end, we are growing a database of all the best free learning content available online to make it easier for our partners to receive guidance on what they can use and how. Driving this is our recent work to develop a community to use our LearnCloud platform - which we're currently applying to the Syria work. It allows our partners to request content areas and receive help, guidance, and suggestions on how to use it from a community of thousands of volunteer teachers around the world who want to help the cause.

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