I recently watched an interview with Sal Khan, founder of the extremely successful ed-tech non-profit Khan Academy, and he touched upon three ideas that should resonate with ed-tech startups.
Most ed-tech startups don't have scientific data on outcomes yet, so teacher feedback should play a critical role when choosing products.
Writing is a very important part of the startup life. Here are some lessons for writing better business plans, startup competition applications, cold emails, and PowerPoint presentations.
The National Education Week conference is a new, surprisingly intimate ed-tech gathering that has a lot to offer to startups.
What happens when two experienced entrepreneurs find themselves navigating the unfamiliar waters of the K-12 ed-tech marketplace.
Apply this advice from the front lines of a successful crowdfunding campaign to your new venture.
A new way to weed through YouTube videos for the ones that illustrate lessons best.
It used to be the case that every startup needed a business plan, but recently the value of the business plan has been hotly debated. Here's why it's still valuable.
At some point in the life cycle of an ed-tech startup, the company will have to grapple with the complicated process of school district procurement. It's daunting.
An ed-tech startup from Hawaii explores what it takes to innovate outside of a large, urban area without access to investors or vast numbers of students.