Why Education Entrepreneurs Need To Move With Education—Not Disrupt It

Edtech investments reached an incredibly high number in 2018, with $1.45 billion raised—the same amount that hit the market in 2015.

However, raising venture capital, regardless of the industry, is not a guaranteed measure of success in any business.

Various entrepreneurs are moving away from working with investors because expectations that come along with money don’t always match the entrepreneur’s vision. When startups have to go along a different path solely because they need funds, they can quickly burn through cash and go out of business.

If you’re an education entrepreneur who is looking to break into education, here’s a tip: technology is not the only area where teachers need assistance. 

Learning outcomes will always matter above everything else—not the amount of money startups can make or the number of apps or subscriptions one sells. 

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