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Fixing Education

A venture capitalist with a passion for education seeks to make a difference. INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero He’s a man that likes to get right to the point: on his LinkedIn profile, where most people explain who they generally … Continue reading

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Here Come the Accelerators!

Can education innovation scale to save the world?  GUEST COLUMN | by Don Burton Some of the world’s biggest challenges, including housing supply, healthcare, and food shortages, will be improved through private sector innovation in partnership and with oversight from … Continue reading

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Definitive Disruption

Finally, some real fun: my edtech journey to ETIS 13. GUEST COLUMN | by Todd Marks In 1998, my first year teaching high school mathematics, I spent most of my time lecturing on the chalkboard and having students practice textbook-based … Continue reading

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