When Educators Break Up With Companies

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When Educators Break Up With Companies

By Mary Jo Madda (Columnist) and Blake Montgomery     Oct 10, 2015

When Educators Break Up With Companies

Not every relationship is destined to last forever: For every Aladdin and Jasmine there's a Kim and Kris out there for balance.

And so it is with edtech too. This week on the podcast, we dive into those edtech breakups. We talk with three educators about why they have chosen to split with edtech tools, what they've learned from the experience, and what advice they would give to fellow educators - and edtech companies.

As always, want to hear what you think of this show! Shoot us a note at feedback@EdSurge.com. Thanks for listening!

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