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So You’re Transforming Education? Lessons From a Failed EdTech Startup. (Part 1 of 2)

So You’re Transforming Education? Lessons From a Failed EdTech Startup. (Part 1 of 2)

The story of the remarkable initial success and subsequent collapse of Cambio Education – a team of Minneapolis educators, software engineers, writers, graphic designers and filmmakers who created the Studio Luma program – should serve as both a guide and a warning to any edtech startup serious about taking on the daunting task of changing education.

So You’re Transforming Education? Lessons From a Failed EdTech Startup. (Part 2 of 2)

This second and final part of the series explains how the Studio Luma program ultimately failed, despite achieving one of the holy grails of outcome-based education technology – to engage students and effectively train them in the communication, critical thinking and emotional intelligence skills that are often lacking in the Millennial vocational workforce.