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For the edtech industry, the pandemic poses a paradox. Never before have schools and colleges so urgently needed digital tools and services to facilitate remote learning—and been less able to afford them. The US federal government promised more than $30 billion in relief support for education, but school and college leaders say that won’t be enough to make up for decreased funding from local and state governments and lost tuition revenue. It’s going to be a hard few months, or even years, for edtech companies to build new relationships and sign deals with new clients, experts predict.
The coronavirus pandemic has sparked the world’s largest-ever remote learning experiment, and education technology is now one of the fastest growing industries. As more and more people are looking for online learning resources, the edtech industry is expected to triple by 2025 to be worth $350 billion. In this article, three edtech founders around the world share their experience in tapping into this multibillion-dollar business.
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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