Investors discuss why some ed tech innovations succeed, why some fail, and what the market should expect in the near future
Forget MOOCS, say technology investors. What higher education institutions should invest in are personalized learning platforms that provide simple data on outcomes.
This was the main take-away from a recent panel on investing in education, part of the National Education Initiative’s (NEI) National Education Week in Washington, D.C.
According to investors, which included someone who was once approached by a young Steve Jobs, investing in ed tech first means understanding...