useful for entrepreneurs fractured markets

Mar 7, 2012

FRACTURED MARKETS: "There's no real [K-12] market. There's 99,000 teeny tiny markets," according to Douglas Lynch, vice dean of the graduate school of education at UPenn, in an interview with EdWeek. (EdWeek subscribers can click here; the rest of us can find a summary here) That reality has set several minds--including those OSTP--working on the question of how to make the market function more smoothly. A couple of reps swung through Silicon Valley recently asking for suggestions. Got ideas? Let us know and we'll send 'em to the folks working the problem.

useful for entrepreneurs fractured markets

Mar 7, 2012

FRACTURED MARKETS: "There's no real [K-12] market. There's 99,000 teeny tiny markets," according to Douglas Lynch, vice dean of the graduate school of education at UPenn, in an interview with EdWeek. (EdWeek subscribers can click here; the rest of us can find a summary here) That reality has set several minds--including those OSTP--working on the question of how to make the market function more smoothly. A couple of reps swung through Silicon Valley recently asking for suggestions. Got ideas? Let us know and we'll send 'em to the folks working the problem.

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