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Trends | Emerge Education

As one can’t simply throw technology at an increasingly irrelevant education system, the marriage between technology and world-class pedagogy is what will force change, according to the leaders behind Emerge Education, a London based accelerator for education startups. They are bent on … Continue reading

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Blendered Learning

A practical perspective on what it takes to make it from an edtech entrepreneur. GUEST COLUMN | by Aaron Michel There’s a reason why edtech angel and venture capital are desperate for some major success stories. They are extremely few … 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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Playing in the co.lab

Leveraging the power of digital games to build transformative educational technologies. INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero co.lab is an accelerator that works with startups leveraging the power of digital games to build transformative educational technologies for PK-12 students and teachers. … Continue reading

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Interview | An eSchoolView of 21st-Century Learning

Friends and fellow entrepreneurs Rob O’Leary and Grant Wright started in the edtech space almost a decade ago. Today, their company is moving districts forward with a content management system helping to effectively keep parents, students, staff and the greater … Continue reading

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