Glad to see the investment in EdTech and interest in being a part of new educational paradigms…as long as the startups are talking to educators about their experience and what they need. It’s a missing piece of communication and feedback that is only starting to occur recently. Thankfully. “But why the sudden interest from Silicon Valley? The US education system looks broken. US primary school students are lagging their peers in Europe and Asia in math and science testing. College education is notoriously expensive and inflation in the cost of tuition is difficult to control. Companies complain that the US needs to do a better job educating its workers.” Article is from Quartz.