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SETDA Announces Partnership with New Cohort of Nine Startups Focused on Serving K-12 Education Needs

Posted Jun 10, 2015
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The State Educational Technology Directors Association (SETDA), the principal membership association representing U.S. state and territorial educational technology leaders, has announced its third annual cohort of Emerging Private Sector Partners. These nine SETDA Emerging Private Sector Partners will debut at the Emerging Technologies Forum on June 26 in Philadelphia and engage with the SETDA membership over the next twelve months:

Allcancode: allcancode.com/web
Edthena: edthena.com
LEARNstyle: learnstyle.com
Nureva: nureva.com/education-solutions
Pear Deck: peardeck.com
Qustodio: qustodio.com/en/
Sibme: sibme.com
Three Ring: threering.com
Zulama: zulama.com

The nine companies making up this cohort were selected from a highly competitive pool of applicants based on their status as an emerging company, capacity to leverage technology to serve a need in PreK-12 or pre-service education, and their potential to scale on a state-wide and multi-state basis.

Over the next year, the Emerging Private Sector Partners will have the opportunity to benefit from deep education industry expertise via SETDA Channel Partners launching with an Emerging Partners Workshop on June 27. The Channel partners are longstanding experts in the K-12 industry with experience in supporting and scaling successful companies and connecting them to leading organizations like SETDA.

For more information, visit www.setda.org/partners/#!/emerging-private-sector-partners.

Source: The State Educational Technology Directors Association (SETDA), setda.org


 
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