Education Technology Graduates From the Classroom to the Boardroom

“When I speak to investors, they say they would love to be invested only in the companies that are making a difference in improving education and have quantifiable results,” said Bart Epstein, the chief executive of Jefferson Education Accelerator, an organization that helps ed tech start-ups study the effectiveness of their products. “But research is complicated, expensive and risky, and right now it doesn’t really matter in most schools’ purchasing decisions.”


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