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Edtech Earnings Roundup: How 2U, Chegg, Instructure and Pluralsight Fared in Q2 2019

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The latest quarterly earnings for publicly traded education technology companies was especially rough for 2U , which revised its loss guidance for the year and stated that it expected enrollment challenges to its core business of running online graduate programs with universities.

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Earnings Roundup: How Public Edtech Companies Fared Following the Outbreak

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For instance, education companies that rely on corporate customers may take a hit, as those clients look to cut costs. While COVID-19 hit at the tail end of the first quarter, some publicly traded education companies already reported an impact on their Q1 2020 earnings.

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Edtech Industry Magnate Michael Moe Makes a Pivot

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Together they have run the ASU GSV Summit , the annual must-go-to event for business leaders and investors in edtech. DeVry University was another very successful company, delivering important skills for the untypical college student, as was Education Management Corp.

US Edtech Closes Decade with Record $1.7 Billion Raised in 2019

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Two trends have helped to define the U.S. According to an EdSurge database of publicly announced funding deals, investment in edtech companies reached at least $1.66 edtech industry in 2019 is largely mirrored across the broader venture capital landscape.

In Move to ‘Unlimited’ Pricing Model, Cengage Hopes for a Comeback

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The company reemerged a year later intent on growing its digital offerings and making more strategic acquisitions and partnerships. At the recent ASU+GSV Summit in San Diego, EdSurge caught up with Cengage CEO Michael Hansen to capture his thoughts about the (un)affordability of course materials, faculty concerns about digital texts and what the company is looking for in its next acquisition. Tell me a little bit about some of your recent partnerships with companies such as Chegg.

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The 100 Worst Ed-Tech Debacles of the Decade

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For the past ten years, I have written a lengthy year-end series, documenting some of the dominant narratives and trends in education technology. Without revenue the company will go away. Or the company will have to start charging for the software.

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“Is Your Edtech Product a Refrigerator or Washing Machine?” ” Pearson and Chegg are partnering for textbook rentals. “Why Fixing the Pipeline Alone Won’t End Edtech’s Diversity Problem ,” says Edsurge. The private student loan company has raised $50 million total, but I’m told “fintech” doesn’t “count” as ed-tech so let’s just ignore this trend, right? Education Politics.

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Via Forbes : “The Startup President: How France ’s Macron Nearly Built An EdTech Company.” ” Ed-tech: where you don’t need an actual product idea for a company, and you can incubate your neoliberalism anyway. ” “Examining Trends in Graduate Student Debt by Race and Ethnicity” by Seton Hall University professor Robert Kelchen. So many people predicting this company would disrupt higher ed.

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