The success of the crowdsourcing effort to revive "Reading Rainbow" could lead others to crowdsource innovative education projects, Joshua Bleiberg and Darrell M. West, both of the Center for Technology Innovation, write in this blog post. They note that while crowdsourcing remains a "drop in the bucket" of overall education funding, it is most useful in funding small projects, with price tags around "a few hundred dollars."
Can crowdsourcing help fund education projects?
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