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Startups Can Apply Now for Emerging Partners Program

SETDA today announced that it is accepting applications for its fifth annual cohort of edtech startups seeking to join SETDA’s Emerging Private Sector Partnership Program.
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The State Educational Technology Directors Association (SETDA), the principal non-profit membership association representing U.S. state and territorial educational digital learning leaders, today announced that it is accepting applications for its fifth annual cohort of edtech startups seeking to join SETDA’s Emerging Private Sector Partnership Program (EPSP)The EPSP is a public-private partnership program tailored specifically for companies new to the U.S. K-12 education and technology market.

The 2017 application is now available here: 2017 Emerging Application and startups are urged to apply now. In order to be considered for the EPSP and receive program benefits, companies must submit an application and if selected, pay a participation fee. More information about the program is available here: http://www.setda.org/partners.

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