Q2 Work Tech Investments
Want some good news? The Starr Conspiracy has broken down the Work Tech investment numbers for the first half of 2020, and 2020 is on an almost identical pace to last year’s investments. For the period April 1–June 30, we tracked 99 Work Tech deals worth $1.7 billion, compared to $2.2 billion in Q2 2019. […]
The straw that broke the camel’s tuition
Many schools have canceled classes for the rest of the year, right? Students are going online, they’re requesting returns for their room and board money, tuition is at astronomical prices—you get the point. Okay, so what happens when the entire economy of college towns collapses because there aren’t college students there, which can contribute to […]
Opportunities in Education, Just Not for Schools
Education institutions are in a bad way, and the pandemic has made it worse. A new story in The New York Times describes how state funding for colleges has changed in recent years, with the above graphic summarizing the news. In short, colleges are in a pinch. So, what happens when the pandemic slows state […]
Remote learning is too hard.
A new article in The Wall Street Journal reports that some school districts in DC, Georgia, and Texas are ending the school year. Remote learning, they say, is too difficult to manage. Food for thought: Is remote corporate learning too difficult to manage?