In this week’s Sunday Review we learn that teachers are also victims of cyberbullying, that the library of the future has no books, that technology turns teachers into super-teachers of the future, that schools might end on the slow lane under the proposed FCC regulation, that mobile phones boost literacy in developing countries and much more.
Today let’s take a look at the seven edtech startups that form co.lab’s second cohort. They were chosen out of 60 applications total and will go through a four month program.
Co.lab itself is an education technology accelerator program founded by Zynga.org, the independent not-for-profit branch of Zynga, Inc. and New Schools Venture Fund in 2013.
It focuses on innovative approaches in the digital games space for PK-12 students and teachers.