The Trump/DeVos vision of American education? Unshackle the rich and let them turn a profit at the expense of working-class students Perhaps nothing illustrates the perverse nature of Donald Trumps administration better than his approach to the regulatory state. In Trumps America, those most zealously dedicated to unraveling federal oversight are in charge of the government, racing to shred laws as quickly as they can. Although it rarely draws the outrage of his latest unhinged
Labster, the Denmark-headquartered startup building virtual laboratory simulations for STEM students, has raised $21 million in Series B funding. Leading the round is Owl Ventures, with participation from Balderton Capital, Northzone and Swisscom Ventures. Previous backers Nordic Makers, David Helgason, EduCapital and Entangled Group also followed on, bringing the total raised by the company to date to $35 million. Launched back in 2013, Labster provides interactive laboratory simulations powered by VR for students that wish
Soaring college tuition and are over 90 days delinquent. incentivized to be unaffordableis $90,000Income share agreements (ISAs) have been developed as a financing model that could reshape the way education programs operate by aligning interests while expanding access to those programs and limiting payments only to what graduates can afford. Last week, I attended , which convened the small (but growing) group of education administrators, entrepreneurs, investors, and policy experts who have been active in
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