- The Next Web looks at how several startups are taking new approaches to technology problems in education.
- General Assembly is a space that hosts daily community-led classes related to business, technology, and design.
- Neverware is a startup that has emerged from GA with the mission of reducing computer-related waste at schools.
From the article:
STEM., the ever-prevalent acronym is increasingly becoming the topic of much discussion, particularly since the education of our nation’s youth has not kept up with changing technological times. In the tech world we learn to continuously pivot alongside our product in order in order to avoid feature creep. Unfortunately, in the education world the concept of “pivoting” doesn’t exist. Instead, they are subjected to a complex process which is governed by costly red-tape measures.
However, where there’s a will there’s a way. ...