Technology in School

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Apr 18, 2012

LOW LATENCY: Frank Catalano's recap on how costs, investor markets, and the overall consumerization of education technology have transformed the edtech adoption cycle. With lower costs of technology allowing schools to finally get in sync with with students' lives, the traditional boundaries between separate education markets have blurred, resulting in a "Dr. Doolittle pushmi-pullyu-esque mashup of ideas...[that] will cause the walls to crumble even more."

Low Latency

Technology in School

Low Latency

Apr 18, 2012

LOW LATENCY: Frank Catalano's recap on how costs, investor markets, and the overall consumerization of education technology have transformed the edtech adoption cycle. With lower costs of technology allowing schools to finally get in sync with with students' lives, the traditional boundaries between separate education markets have blurred, resulting in a "Dr. Doolittle pushmi-pullyu-esque mashup of ideas...[that] will cause the walls to crumble even more."

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