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Forget curricula and assessments, and metrics, the importance of emotional health, for both students and teachers, needs to be the new priority.
Ethan Fieldman may be CEO of the biggest edtech company of which you have never heard.
For years before the pandemic (BP), Monica Burns went from school to school, airport to airport, to help educators make the most of new technologies in the classroom.
Less than a decade after publishing its first free, openly licensed textbook, OpenStax — Rice University’s educational technology initiative — has saved students $1.2 billion.
The pandemic has affected so much in education. But according to Leib Lurie, co-founder of Kids Read Now, one thing will never change—kids reading under the covers with a flashlight.
As VP of Worldwide Education at Microsoft, he has navigated the company’s response to the pandemic across the planet.
According to McKinsey, even before the current crisis, evolving technologies and new ways of working were disrupting jobs and the skills employees needed to do them.
In the premiere episode of Edtech Today, host Kevin Hogan discusses a variety of issues with remote learning legend Sal Kahn and Anne Wintroub, Director of Social Innovation for the AT&T Foundation.