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4 edtech CEOs peer into the industry’s future

4 edtech CEOs peer into the industry’s future When Zach Sims first started pitching his coding startup, Codecademy, he framed it to investors as a corporate tutoring company. That was intentional, despite the fact that edtech is a $5 trillion business. “It was much easier for investors to understand instead of an […]

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Digging for dollar signs amid edtech’s current momentum

Digging for dollar signs amid edtech’s current momentum Edtech was long defined by stodgy sales cycles, sluggish adoption and splashy pitches to K-12 districts with tight budgets, but the COVID-19 pandemic turned that reputation on its head in short order. Now, companies in the space are entering Q2 — traditionally a slower […]

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Codeacademy has already outlived many rivals — is that enough?

Codeacademy has already outlived many rivals — is that enough? Codeacademy, the New York-based online interactive platform that offers coding classes in a wide variety of programming languages, is a little like background noise; it’s been operating reliably since founder Zach Sims created the company while still a Columbia University student in […]

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Online learning startup Codecademy launches paid Pro courses

Online learning startup Codecademy launches paid Pro courses  Codecademy has spent the last several years building a large community of learners with free lessons aimed at teaching its users the basics of how to code. But now it’s betting that many of them will be willing to pay for more intensive courses. […]

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