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3P Learning Ltd (ASX:3PL) is a Sydney-based company specialising in the provision of software-as-a-service education products. 3P Learning’s educational resources encompass mathematics, spelling and literacy.

Targeting both educational institutions and families, 3P is involved with the design, development and marketing of its cloud-based educational products globally.

According to 3P Learning, it is a global leader in online education, with its products used by over 5 million students in more than 17,000 schools around the world.

The company partners with Unicef by funding a series of projects each year designed to help underprivileged children access the life-changing power of education.

The 3P Learning share price first traded on the ASX in July 2014. It reached all-time highs of nearly $2.70 in the following year but, since the end of 2015, has traded well below $2.

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