News Flash: Everybody’s talking about technology-enhanced learning


DreamBox is making headlines in the US and abroad—read all about it!

If you subscribe to international news sources like The New York Times and The Economist, or various business blogs and podcasts, you may have noticed a recent uptick in the coverage of edtech. We sure have.

Those of us in the education community generally rely on our own industry publications and journals to track the latest developments in technology-enhanced learning. But, lately we’re noticing that more and more mainstream media outlets are picking up on the innovative learning models that are transforming the way we teach and learn. What’s even more exciting for us at DreamBox is the fact that publications everywhere seem to be recognizing and reporting on our unique platform, and our mission to help children and their teachers realize their learning potential.

So far this summer, DreamBox Learning has been cited in lengthy feature articles in both The New York Times and The Economist and on popular blogs like Business Insider, one of the most-read business and tech news sites in the world. Additionally, DreamBox CEO and president Jessie Woolley-Wilson was recently a guest on The Founder’s Corner, a podcast series hosted by Omidyar Network partner Shripriya Mahesh who speaks with some of today’s top executives in tech. In this 20-minute SoundCloud track, Jessie explains the DreamBox mission and why unlocking the learning potential of every child may be the key to unlocking human potential.

If you’re interested in reading more about the future of edtech and how DreamBox and other innovators are helping to shape the way students learn, we’ve compiled a short list of recent articles with links and read times below. You can also follow us on Facebook and Twitter to keep up with all the latest news as it breaks.

Kristen Ramaley

Kristen Ramaley

Sr Marketing Manager at DreamBox Learning
Kristen is a strong believer in the idea that every student learns differently and has spent the past 8 years working in edtech exploring different approaches to teaching and learning. When she is not behind a computer engaging with educators, she can be found hiking in the mountain passes surrounding her native city of Seattle, or on her paddle board with her furry companion Isla.
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