In the Thursday session, RAADR, Inc. (OTC PINK: RDAR) closed up 472.55% at $0.0126. During the same session, the stock went up to $0.0216, while its lowest price on a single day was $0.0023. During the previous 52-week period, its price ranged from 0.0010 to 0.0700, after a tech and software company that utilizes artificial intelligence to monitor cyber-bullying and social media platforms are announcing updates to its shareholder base and loyal followers.
RAADR, Inc. (OTC PINK: RDAR) revealed that it is pleased to announce our partnership with the American Federation for Children.
The RAADR and the AFCA will launch a new statewide school choice program in Arizona with AFCA. All students, parents, and teachers will benefit most from the program, which created a safer environment and strengthened the community as a whole.
The company said it had witnessed new dangers and safety concerns over the last few months. Due to its mobile application’s advanced features and advanced monitoring system, RAADR was ready to stand up to these threats. In the RAADR platform, students and teachers can monitor campus life.
In conjunction with his team for School Choice, Arizona Senator Steve Smith has already begun holding promotional events and organizing the new 2021 school tour. RAADR’s partnership with the American Federation for Children and Senator Steve Smith has sparked a lot of interest. As a result of this buzz, several US and State government officials are now planning to expand their reach in the coming school year.
Radar team is comprised of highly skilled professionals who have backgrounds in both education and community service.
Many teen bullying cases occur at school, where administrators and teachers may fail to notice the problem in time to help. RAADR can now bridge the gap between its anti-bullying services and school administrators nationwide thanks to its partnership with the American Federation for Children’s School Choice program. Providing teachers and administrators with the RAADR platform is one of the best ways for educators to fight bullying.