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Top Ed-Tech Trends of 2015

It’s time once again for my annual review of the year in ed-tech. This is the sixth year I’ve done so.

It’s a fairly massive undertaking – Gates-Foundation-free research, a rarity in ed-tech – which means I have to start thinking about this project long before the end-of-the-year. That always makes me nervous that I’ll leave something out – that something “big” will happen in December that’ll change everything. Or at least, something that’ll change the focus of my analysis.

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Coding Bootcamps and the New For-Profit Higher Ed

After decades of explosive growth, the future of for-profit higher education might not be so bright. Or, depending on where you look, it just might be…

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No Child Left Behind just might be left behind. Via The New York Times: “Negotiators Come to Agreement on Revising No Child Left Behind Law.” Via Education Week: “House, Senate ESEA Compromise Sails Through Conference Committee.”

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“In Swan Song, Arne Duncan Extols School Progress Under His Tenure,” says The New York Times.

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