SETDA Invites EdTech Startups to Apply for Emerging Private Sector Partners Program

Companies selected to participate in this program will have a variety of opportunities to showcase their products and services, receive feedback and advice on their plans, and engage in dialogue with state educational technology leaders and industry leaders
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The State Educational Technology Directors Association (SETDA), a non-profit membership association representing U.S. state and territorial educational digital learning leaders, today announced that it is accepting applications for its sixth 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 2018 application is now available here: 2018 Emerging Application.

Companies selected to participate in this program will have a variety of opportunities to showcase their products and services, receive feedback and advice on their plans, and engage in dialogue with state educational technology leaders and industry leaders, including participation in a high-energy pitch fest at the 2018 SETDA Emerging Technologies Leadership Forum in Chicago, IL just before the ISTE conference at the end of June. The list of SETDA’s current Emerging Partners is here.

More information about the Emerging Private Sector Partners Program is available here: http://www.setda.org/partners/private-sector.

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