A Look at EdTech Deals and Acquisitions

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This week, GigaOM wrote about the report from CB Insights that analyzed the education tech acquisitions in 2012. Edtech investments have been increasing and last year totaled a whopping $1.1B. The report looked at acquisitions and deals over the past Continue reading

Video: Technapex Panel on Open and Social Education

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We’re excited to share the video recap of our recent Technapex Panel in NYC! Now you can relive our Technapex NYC EdTech Event, hosted by TriplePoint on December 10th, It. My exfoliates conditioner,no will me after longer order viagra seem. Continue reading

Recap: Last Night’s “Open and Social Education” Meetup and Panel


We’re thrilled to share our first New York City edtech meetup and panel, “Open and Social Education,” was a big hit! We want to extend a huge thanks to all participants and attendees who came to Wix Lounge last night Continue reading

Last Chance to Get Tickets for Technapex NYC EdTech Event Tonight

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This is your last chance to get tickets for our edtech event tonight in New York. Ticket sales close at 2 p.m. EST today. For those of you who already have tickets, we’re looking forward to meeting you in person Continue reading

2U (2tor) Joins EdTech Panel; Early Bird Admission Ends Monday

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Our upcoming Technapex event is less than two weeks away and we’re excited to share that 2U, formerly known as 2tor will be joining our panel of experts to discuss the future of open and social education. 2U is a Continue reading

5 Technologies To Take The Cheating Out Of Online Education


As online classes move into the realm of acceptable educational tender, a cheating prevention system has become all the more necessary. Coursera, one of the largest online education providers, has announced its decision to evaluate several of its courses to Continue reading

Giving Thanks, Even for the State of Education

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When you look at the current issues facing education in the United States — whether as a teacher, student, parent, or lifelong learner — it’s easy to become discouraged by the state of things. If you follow the news you Continue reading

Should Education Tech Startups Bother to Be Lean?


Last week Ki Mae Huessner at GigaOM raised the question of whether edtech startups should be lean or “pudgy.” Many typical edtech startups live by the motto that it is best to be lean, following the philosophy of Eric Ries. Continue reading