Where K-12 Venture Capitalists Will Likely Invest in 2020

Products around the future of work, after-school programs, and social-emotional learning could benefit

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Venture capitalists expect to set a higher bar for investments in education companies in 2020, even as they look to put their money behind products focused on the future of work, after-school programs, social-emotional learning, and other areas.

Investors in recent years have required K-12 companies to show higher proof points and maturity levels. It’s reached…

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