An education company leads a list of businesses with the most remote workers, and the industry shows strong signs of growing interest in this employment option.
Chicago’s school district is looking for vendors to revamp its social-emotional learning services, and a California district wants help reviewing its employee compensation practices.
New teacher hires in both the public and private school markets are expected to rise over the next few years, according to federal data.
Many K-12 companies rely on former educators to help them sell products to districts. But a survey of school leaders reveals that they respond favorably when ex-teachers are deployed in specific ways.
Let’s face it, ed folks and tech folks don’t always speak the same language. But is it important to learn to speak ‘tech’?
Here’s a common problem that many aspiring ed-tech entrepreneurs face: They have a great idea, but they don’t know how to build it.
People often ask about how to find a co-founder for their startup. In our case, it was easy, but I have to admit that working with your significant other makes for some interesting pros/cons.
Last week we hired a new employee in the role of Customer Success. We chose this title because we wanted the job to be meaningful to an external audience while also accommodating the internal ambiguity of the role.
The process of building a company includes building a team. Sometimes people join. Sometimes people leave. Regardless of how they leave, it’s called termination in the eyes of the human-resources-type folks of the world.
The specific mechanics of a sales process and selling can be learned. The traits of someone good at selling can be demonstrated from past experiences other than selling. And, at the end of the day, a high-performing teacher is a good salesperson. She stands in front of students each day selling not only the lesson objective but the vision for all her students to achieve and get value from the experience.