Schools and entrepreneurs are forging new partnerships to help businesses introduce new technology and products into the lucrative education market. A University of Pennsylvania educator seeks to form a business incubator for education entrepreneurs in an effort to boost classroom innovation. But educators tend to be more theoretical, while entrepreneurs are more practical, making the partnerships difficult, experts say. "If they can figure out a way to bridge those two communities, it could be a real contribution," said Kim Smith, CEO of Bellwether Education Partners.

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