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SIIA Picks Innovative Ed-Tech Incubators

Ten ed-tech organizations have been chosen as Innovative Incubators by the Software & Information Industry Association, giving them the chance to match up with commercial vendors and potential investors, the Washington-based group announced this week.

The incubators offer online learning platforms, real-time tech-based assessment tools, social-networking applications, multimedia content, and data-management programs. They include for-profit and nonprofit companies, research groups, and academic institutions. The finalists will participate in the Ed Tech Business Forum in New York City at the end of the month. The annual meeting brings industry executives and entrepreneurs together to discuss business development and new products for the K-12 and higher ed markets.

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