How Education Companies Can Make ‘Hackathons’ Work for Them

One Company's Experience Offers Lessons on Molding Rough Ideas Into Actual Products

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Even as it signed up thousands of schools to its service, San Francisco-based ed-tech company Clever faced a nagging problem.

Teachers and administrators appreciated the ways the company’s product helped them manage the flow of student-roster information with digital-content providers, and they loved when Clever rolled out a “single sign-on” option that allowed students to…

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