The limits of technology seem to have no end. And not that long ago, almost all education was offered through schools, universities, or corporations — delivered by teachers standing in front of a room with a chalkboard. What is the state of the art of learning technology? Because even though we all love the new bright shiny object — of the $6 trillion spent today on learning, most of it still resembles such a model. How many of these innovations have practical applications for learners? What business models will succeed?
- Andy Rotherham*, Managing Partner, Bellwether, and Contributing Editor, US News & World Report
- Seth Andrew, Fmr. Sr. Technology Advisor, The White House
- Lindsey Burke, Policy Fellow, The Heritage Fellow
- Carly Cooper, Global Head of Experience Design, Infosys
- David Levin, CEO, McGraw-Hill
- Nicole Neal, CEO, Noodle Markets
- Ron Packard, CEO, Pansophic Learning