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A survey by HolonIQ, an education market research firm, of the impact of COVID-19 on organizations suggests that educational institutions will be hit hard: 91% of respondents indicated they expect to be worse off in the short term.
A leading edtech recruiting firm says that there are four things job seekers should do right now to put themselves in a position to take advantage of future changes in the job market: 1) Plug into your network, 2) Extend your network, 3) Polish your profile, and 4) ] Look over your shoulder.
The UK Israel Tech Hub, in collaboration with leading UK and Israeli EdTech players, is curating an interactive EdTech Startup Map to showcase solutions to challenges in education as a result of Covid-19
The history of giving to ed tech is unfortunately riddled with ambitious projects matched by outsize failures. However, investments in EdTech over the past decade are now helping to ease the shift to learning at home during the pandemic, and philanthropists are seeking vindication to fund EdTech once again.
In spite of the effort, the creativity and the money that we’ve poured into education technology over the past decades, we, as an industry, must acknowledge a powerful if vexing truth: Not even the best among us designed products to be used under these conditions.
Laura Truncellito- Laura is the founder and CEO of Language Scholars, LLC, a company which seeks to utilize cutting edge technology to enhance global learning and communication. firstname.lastname@example.org
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