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EdTech Startup List Tutoring Global EDUKWEST

EdTech Startup List: Tutoring Global

The tutoring industry is a booming market worldwide, currently estimated at around 100 to 150 billion USD annually and with the potential to grow to 190 billion USD, depending on whose research you take as basis.

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Reading List Tutoring Markets Overview EDUKWEST

Reading List: Tutoring Markets Overview

The tutoring industry is a booming market worldwide, currently estimated at around 100 to 150 billion USD annually and with the potential to grow to 190 billion USD, depending on whose research you take as basis.

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MathCrunch StartX FUNDED 09 2015 EDUKWEST

FUNDED: MathCrunch receives Investment from StartX

MathCrunch, a San Francisco-based edtech startup that offers on-demand math tutoring via mobile devices, received additional funding from from Stanford University’s StartX Fund. Along with the investment comes the launch of a subscription model for students who need regular tutoring sessions.

Founded in 2014, MathCrunch surpassed 100,000 student sign‐ups and completed over 200,000 successful math-tutoring sessions.

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WordPress Education Platform EDitorial EDUKWEST

Is WordPress the next major Online Education Platform?

WordPress, the content management software created by Matt Mullenweg, already powers over 23% of all websites on the Internet.

With the acquisition of WooThemes the company has now the potential to become a major player in the online education market, both in terms of reach and revenue.

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5 Key Trends in Language Learning EDUKWEST Academy

Five Key Trends in Language Learning

Having a background in language coaching, I tend to keep a close eye on the latest global trends in language learning. After a period of little innovation in the space, there is definitely a new wave of language learning startups hitting the market.

Live video lessons, the hot trend from seven years ago that proved to be little more than a flash in the pan, certainly had a chilling effect for edtech entrepreneurs and investors in the language learning space.

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