No one knows which product or model will ultimately strike it big. In the meantime, investors keep pumping money into products that seem promising because “everybody is waiting for the Facebook of education to come along," says one industry analyst.
Getty There appears to be no shortage of new businesses looking to apply technology to education. An entire ecosystem has emerged in recent years to develop and promote the latest product or service for the classroom or district. But a major hurdle remains: the divide between what entrepreneurs build and educators need. The ecosystem stimulating … Continue reading Closing the Gap Between Educators and Entrepreneurs →
Entrepreneurship training is seen as a vital part of kids’ schooling. Whether it’s through after-school programs, summer camps, competitions, or in-class activities, advocates believe that learning the ins and outs of business-building can help develop some important real-world skills. Here are some groups that provide this type of training: Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE): A … Continue reading Kids Learn Business and Life Skills With Entrepreneurship Programs →