Tag Archive for: EdTech

Enrollments are declining: is it necessarily a bad thing?

Today Magic EdTech released a new episode in their Tech in EdTech podcast, where host Dipesh Jain interviewed me regarding enrollment analysis, with a unique angle asking if the decline in US postsecondary enrollment is necessarily a bad thing.…

Pandemic Lessons in EdTech from MoodleMoot Global 2022

In late September I attended the MoodleMoot Global conference in Barcelona for market analysis research ... and enjoying the first La Mercè Festival in three years. [full-page audio link] https://youtu.be/ykhik0cHqRI During…

The Market Fall of EdTech Will Have Non-Financial Impacts

Two weeks ago I posted a Twitter thread noting just how much publicly-traded EdTech stocks have fallen since last Spring, using Coursera's March 31, 2021 IPO as a comparison date. My main point was that this situation will have impacts beyond…

K-12 EdTech Provider PowerSchool Files SEC Paperwork for Initial Public Offering

Hot on the heels of Coursera's successful IPO last week, which saw the company jump to a $5.9 billion market cap, and confirming February rumors, K-12 EdTech solutions provider PowerSchool filed an S-1 prospectus late yesterday with the SEC…

Coursera’s IPO: Putting the company’s market cap in perspective

Coursera goes big on first day as publicly-traded company #MindWiresOnline

About The Potential PowerSchool IPO Leaked by Bloomberg

A big IPO in the making in the K-12 side of EdTech

Galloway’s Rants or Nuanced Reporting: Take your pick on re-opening narratives

Some excellent EdTech reporting on complexities of f2f vs remote - but that won't get you on CNN

Galloway’s Rants or Nuanced Reporting: Take your pick on re-opening narratives (podcast)

Some excellent EdTech reporting on complexities of f2f vs remote - but that won't get you on CNN

Podcast Updates: POET Readings and new episode “Enter Darkness” at COVID Transitions

New episode for COVID Transitions, and a new podcast Blog Readings of PhilOnEdTech #MindWires