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December 31st, 2013

There is a massive difference between ‘art of the possible’ innovation in education and mere content or lesson plan digitization. Despite the incredible potential for digital technology to help students, many early-stage digital education products simply digitize decades-old lessons and practices. It’s not only education that must be modernized, but lesson plans, resources, and the ability to “study” with global peer groups, across any device connected to the Internet.”, says Jessie Woolley-Wilson of Dreambox Learning.

Silverback CEO, Dr. Jim Lewis, interviewed three edtech CEOs for this piece in EdSurge. In addition to Ms. Wilson from Dreambox, Dr. Lewis spoke with Prasad Ram, CEO of Gooru,  and Tyler Bosmeny of Clever.

We invite you to read and comment on the piece here.

Happy New Year!


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