The Winners and Filmstrips of An (Almost) Decade in Education Technology


In fact, I think some of the biggest edtech trends have been rather. Here’s my prediction for 2020 through 2030: In the new decade, edtech entrepreneurs will partner more closely with educators from the start to create learning solutions.

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Education Looks Eastward: Snapshots from Beijing's Global Education Technology Summit


And government leaders have been pushing entrepreneurship, coding and artificial intelligence, setting a goal of leading the world in AI by 2030. Education Technology Market Trends Edtech BusinessBeijing —China is a different world when it comes to education and tech. Teachers are revered , most families spend about a third of their income on their children’s education, and most students spend at least an hour a day on some kind of online learning.

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If We Do It Right, Teachers Plus Technology Can Free Educators to Focus More on Students

The Christensen Institute

The McKinsey Global Institute’s recent report on the future of work for women made for an interesting headline at Education Week: “Forty Percent of Elementary School Teachers’ Work Could Be Automated By 2030.”

Look Here: Predicting 2020 Requires 20/20 Vision

EdNews Daily

If trends continue unabated, by 2030 we may be looking at nearly 50 percent of school-aged children walking away from traditional public education in this country. This is a cultural trend and it’s increasingly being talked about. By LeiLani Cauthen.

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The Past Decade Forecasts a New Wave of Economic Opportunity in Education


According to Dell Technologies and the Institute for the Future, 85 percent of the jobs in 2030 don’t exist yet. This op-ed is part of a series of reflections on the past decade in education technology.

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As New England Liberal Arts Colleges Struggle Financially, One Pins Hopes on Health Care Majors


Trouble in New England By 2030, the number of high school graduates in New England is projected to decline 25 percent from its peak in 2007, according to a report from EY Parthenon, which could disproportionately affect small campuses that draw from local communities.

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The number of public school students could fall by more than 8% in a decade

The Hechinger Report

But in order to predict high school graduates, WICHE’s statisticians also projected student enrollments for first grade through 2020 to 12th grade through 2030. Department of Education, shows an opposite trend.

How Do You Prepare Students for Jobs That Don’t Exist Yet? Karen Cator Has Some Ideas.


Of all the issues and trends in edtech these days, she says automation is one of the most pressing—and one that all educators should be thinking about. A lot of people say that by 2030, when our current kindergartners are high school graduates, automation will have phased out many career paths that are available today. Some of the research by the McKinsey Global Institute says that by 2030 the transitions will be challenging, the transitions to different kinds of jobs.

In one country, women now outnumber men in college by two to one

The Hechinger Report

It’s how overwhelmingly the women in the bar outnumber the men, a visible manifestation of a momentous trend at whose leading edge is Iceland. But policymakers are worried about this trend.”. The trend also complicates efforts to fill jobs that require a college education.

Goldman Sachs looks at higher education, very darkly

Bryan Alexander

If current cost and wage growth trends persist then students starting college in 2030/2050 will have to wait 11/15 years post college to break even. 18 year olds starting college in 2030 with no scholarship or grants will only start making a positive return when they turn 37.

Why I’m Optimistic About the Next Wave of Education Technology


Working as an entrepreneur, executive, philanthropist and investor over the past few decades, at some of the very organizations Watters bemoans, I’ve had a unique vantage point for observing numerous successes, failures and—most importantly—long-term trends that make me optimistic about the next wave of education innovation. And behind the scenes, the federal government played a critical role in driving these trends.

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NetSupport’s keyword monitoring now supports multiple languages

eSchool News

residents (22 percent of which aged between 5-17 years old) spoke a language other than English at home — doubling from 1990, and expected to increase to 40 percent by 2030, according to the Center for Immigration Studies.

Is California saving higher education?

The Hechinger Report

billion, is bucking a national trend — most other states are continuing to reduce, not increase, their higher education budgets. The trend peaked during the recession that began in 2008, when UC hiked undergraduate tuition by nearly a third in a single year.

The high school grads least likely in America to go to college? Rural ones

The Hechinger Report

Dustin Gordon bucked the trend. million more college-educated workers by 2030 than it’s producing now. When Dustin Gordon arrived at the University of Iowa, he found himself taking lecture classes with more people in them than his entire hometown of Sharpsburg, Iowa, population 89.

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The looming decline of the public research university

The Hechinger Report

These universities have served as bulwarks against a decades-long trend of economic activity fleeing smaller cities and the center of the country for the coasts. If Blank is right, then current trends put that future in doubt for much of the Midwest.

The Best Way to Predict the Future is to Issue a Press Release

Hack Education

As I have done for the past six years, I will spend the rest of November and December publishing my review of what I deem the “Top Ed-Tech Trends” of the year. I pick ten trends and themes in order to closely at the recent past, the near-term history of education technology.

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What do at-risk students, English language learners and adult college students have in common?

The Hechinger Report

The New York Times has a new education supplement, called Learning, and The Hechinger Report is collaborating with the Times to produce Bulletin Board, a collection of noteworthy ideas and trends in education that will appear on page 2 of the section, which will come out four times a year.

Change Agents: Tech & Learning’s Most Influential People in EdTech In 2018


The second a new trend changes, our generation is the first to know about it, before adults. STACEY CHILDRESS No one knows what the economy will look like when today’s kindergarteners graduate from high school in 2030.

British universities reach out to the new minority: poor white males

The Hechinger Report

The left-leaning think tank the Fabian Society projects that, while the wealthiest British households will see their income rise by 25 percent through 2030, the poorest will enjoy almost no gains at all, making them doubt the value of a university degree.

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“ Will these four technology trends change education in India? You’ll never guess… The UK Higher Education Policy Institute predicts , “ University place demand to grow by 300,000 by 2030.”


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” (“Reinventing the transcript” seems to be one of the things folks are hoping to make “ trend ” this year.). Economy by 2030.” Each week, I gather a wide variety of links to education and education technology articles. All this feeds the review I write each December on the stories we are told about the future of education. National) Education Politics.


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As I’m working on that series, I can see how certain “trends” in ed-tech are being carefully cultivated by ed-tech companies and the ed-tech press. One of those “trends” is surely “character development” (a.k.a. “ What will universities look like in 2030? (National) Education Politics. Listen, folks (particularly educators). If you’re going to decry “ fake news ,” then you best not be sharing it.

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” Getting Smart’s Tom Vander Ark on a new report from Pearson : “ The Future of Skills : Employment in 2030.” ” Via Inside Higher Ed : “ Enrollment in graduate school is up , continuing a trend in first-time graduate students researchers have seen for five years. (National) Education Politics.