Investors are likely to set a higher bar for financially backing education companies over the next year, even as they look to put their money behind new product areas.
Recent deals include IXL Learning’s acquisition of Education.com, ASSIST Education’s partnership with Santillana to bring its U.S. high school diplomas to Brazil, a U.K.-based acquisition by Strictly Education, and fundraising by ed-tech startups in Mumbai and Nigeria.
A new competition for education and workforce technology entrepreneurs is accepting applications through Dec. 1.
For years teachers asked listening skills company Listenwise to help them and their students create podcasts, but the company wasn’t ready to add a new product. Find out how Listenwise got to “yes.”
The CEO of ed-tech company Listenwise shares insight around finding the right people for K-12 sales and marketing jobs.
Esports is generating huge revenue worldwide and being adopted as varsity sports by school districts. It’s a trend to watch.
The metrics your startup chooses to track say a lot about the kind of company you’re building, says this ed-tech CEO. Before focusing on growth metrics, consider measuring impact.
Many startups are based in Silicon Valley, but operating out of the Bay Area comes with some serious risks and drawbacks
Providing mentorship is a way to give back and share insight, within the right parameters. Entrepreneur Nikki Navta shares strategies to keep mentorship efficient and beneficial.
Tech founders are often taught to “scratch their own itch” by building products they themselves want to use. But what do you do when you’re building an ed-tech product and you aren’t a teacher or student?