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The Future Impact on The Education Industry with John Katzman and Robert Lytle

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Todd Hand discusses the current state of affairs of the education industry with John Katzman, CEO of Noodle Partners, Inc, and Robert Lytle, Global Head of Education Practice of EY-Parthenon. They answer questions regarding where they see the education space moves forward, and this pandemic has impacted the industry. Katzman and Lytle discuss the differences between online learning and remote learning, as well as why and how schools, both K-12 and Higher Education, need to better both their online and remote learning programs.

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Investing in Education Sectors with Bob Puopolo

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Bob Puopolo, Parter at Epic Partners, joins Todd Hand to discuss the upcoming Capital Roundtable in New York City on January 22nd, 2020. Bob talks about Epic Partners and some of their plans for the upcoming year. He also provides insight into which education sectors have been rewarding investments, as well as which have not been.

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Jennifer Ferrari Discusses the Upcoming ERDI Institute in February 2020

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Jennifer L. Ferrari, Ed. D., President of Education Research & Development Institute, joins Todd Hand and April Sarraille of Knowledge Leaders to discuss her work with ERDI, the blend of education leaders and education technology leaders, as well as the events held by ERDI annually. She gives her advice, as an educator, to EdTech CEO’s selling into K-12 spaces, and how collectively, education can be made better through discussion.

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Starting a Conversation Between Educators and Edtech Companies with Jennifer L. Ferrari, Ed. D.

By Beat, Podcast

Jennifer L. Ferrari, Ed. D., President of Education Research & Development Institute, joins Todd Hand and April Sarraille of Knowledge Leaders to discuss her work with ERDI, the blend of education leaders and education technology leaders, as well as the events held by ERDI annually. She gives her advice, as an educator, to EdTech CEO’s selling into K-12 spaces, and how collectively, education can be made better through discussion.

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