K-12 Entrepreneurship: From 2010 to 2020 & Beyond

The 2007 piece “Slow Entry, Distant Exit,” argued that the leading barrier to entrepreneurship in K–12 was lack of investment. Times have changed! In 2020, edtech is booming, fueled by record-setting VC and PE investment. In this talk, the speakers look to the future again, discussing how entrepreneurs can break through the fragmentation and clutter by leveraging systemic shifts, solving real educational problems, and partnering for shared success.

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Larry Berger

Amplify Education

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Dave Stevenson

Whiteboard Advisors