The Entertainment Software Association (ESA) in cooperation with California Attorney General Kamala Harris and education technology company EverFi have announced a new online educational program for Los Angeles public high schools. Called "The ESA Digital Living Project, the new program will be powered by EverFi's education technology. The goal is to help educate students in L.A. using technology, instructional designs, simulations, and other forms of complimentary media.
More information will be revealed tomorrow (Wednesday, Feb. 13) at 3:30 p.m. PT at a media-only event to be held at the Westchester Enriched Sciences Magnet High School in Los Angeles. In attendance at the event will be Attorney General Harris, ESA senior vice president Erik Huey and EverFi COO Tammy Wincup.