In the startup world, every dollar counts. So is it worth it to go to a conference? Are some more important to attend than others? Here’s how to decide whether to go or not.
All students should be exposed to computer science, but state and local policies, economics, and geography cause some students to be left out of this experience.
School districts are using algorithms to analyze student data, but those metrics must be usable for educators to impact student learning.
Intentionally establishing your company’s values and mission is an important factor in building a strong venture.
When a larger company wants to purchase a startup, it can be overwhelming for an entrepreneur to keep the business running smoothly. Here are some ways to make this process easier.
It takes planning for founders and board members to craft a startup exit plan that addresses concerns, establishes priorities, and achieves the objectives and aspirations for all involved.
Education leaders at the ASU+GSV conference this year described being awash in data, but unable to pull relevant insights from what they collect.
Learning to work as a team for success with rowing can impart a lot of lessons for the startup world.
Computer Science includes programming and coding and also includes lots of other concepts such as computational thinking.
There’s a lot of information to soak up at SXSWedu. But it’s also an opportunity to make important startup connections.