How the SPAC ‘Hype Cycle’ Could Alter The K-12 Education Marketplace

An Investor Talks About What the New Class of Publicly Traded Companies Mean for School-Focused Businesses

Contributing Writer

Investors are betting big on K-12 education companies after the global pivot to remote learning last year, and now ed-tech firms are looking toward the public markets in potentially greater numbers than ever before. 

Ed-tech companies traded on the U.S. public market are rare, and even more so in the K-12 space. 

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