Tag Archives: edtech startups

Here Come the Accelerators!

Can education innovation scale to save the world?  GUEST COLUMN | by Don Burton Some of the world’s biggest challenges, including housing supply, healthcare, and food shortages, will be improved through private sector innovation in partnership and with oversight from … Continue reading

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The Coming Revolution in EdTech

There has never been a better time to be bold. GUEST COLUMN | by Rusty Greiff 1776 was a killer year for a start-up! In that 12-month span, and in the decades that preceded it, a community of ambitious entrepreneurs … Continue reading

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Immersive Learning

Edtech startups jump into the spotlight (and the Shark Tank) at ET4Online. GUEST COLUMN | by Michelle Pacansky-Brock Last year was a rewarding one for the education technology industry in the U.S., as companies in the space raised a record-breaking … Continue reading

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Trends | First-ever European EdTech Incubator

The Open Education Challenge seeks 10 education startups to support and fund. The Open Education Challenge, launched at BETT 2014, is now open. The Challenge invites innovators in education to submit their idea for a chance to get seed funding, support … Continue reading

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Starting Up EdTech

Tapping into the edtech trend and making solid connections. GUEST COLUMN | by Sue Thorn The mainstream adoption of smartphones and tablets, the significant increase in online learning, and the surge in MOOCs have spurred an explosive boom in the … Continue reading

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