Is ed-tech sector at risk for a new "bubble"?

01/6/2013 | Education Week

In a recent report, researchers consider the possibility of a bubble in the education-technology sector, which would affect entrepreneurs and companies. Researchers compare today's circumstances to those that presaged a tech bubble during the 1990s, which burst after a period of over-attention and excitement. "Digital learning may be getting too popular among some entrepreneurs and investors -- because this popularity may be increasing for the wrong reasons and have little to do with actually improving education," the paper states.

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