Byju’s, a $10B Indian EdTech startup has emerged as a clear winner during the COVID-19 pandemic. While most of the online education platforms saw large growth in FY20, Byju’s has captured major chunk of the market share through its innovative tech products and aggressive acquisition strategy.
Perhaps the most common new year resolution (behind losing weight) is learning something new- maybe a new language. As with losing weight, the resolve to learn a new language rarely outlives January. Duolingo, backed by AI, is here to make sure that you don’t require the earth to complete a revolution around the sun to engage in learning a new language or require as much effort!
Coursera continues to develop it's MOOC platform with over 48 Million learners and 200 partners.
Uber matches drivers and riders. An EdTech startup matches students in China with English teachers in North America via its live streaming platform.
AltSchool is using a data intensive approach to personalize K-12 education
Remind provided a free communications platform for teachers and parents that amassed scale of 35M teachers. But, they’ve struggled with figuring out how to monetize – and have large tech companies entering as competition in the edtech space.
Challenges along the way in creating innovative higher education solutions.
Lynda Weinman, dubbed the Mother of the Internet, created Lynda.com as both a byproduct and a catalyst of the modern era of digital innovation and transformation. Technologies that made her business possible are the exact ones her company teaches to the world.
Imagine a college experience where you would have the opportunity to live in seven different countries in their campuses across the world, learn with interactive seminars designed to keep you actively learning, and only pay a third of the cost of a American private university…