Yale tragedy and D.C. startups: This week's most read education news
The unanswered questions surrounding the death of a 34-year-old Yale professor in police custody grabbed readers' attention this week, as did Sebastian Thrun's vision of a college experience condensed into a single weekend. Education Dive also continued looking to the coming year with features on challenges facing the education reform movement and the iPad's hold on the education market.
Be sure to check out our look at D.C.-based ed tech startups and more in this week's most read Education Dive posts!
- Yale professor dies in police custody: The 34-year-old had been arrested after a domestic dispute.
- Could the iPad lose the education market in 2014?: The iPad is seeing increasing competition as questions abound about the cost and success of tablet programs.
- 11 ed tech startups looking to make an impact in D.C.: From publishers to social networks, ed tech startups are booming in the nation's capital.
- Udacity's Thrun sees college fitting 'into a weekend': The MOOC founder calls college and degrees "big clunky things."
- 4 challenges facing education reform in 2014: Education reform saw significant backlash on several fronts this year, and the opposition isn't likely to back down anytime soon.
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