Posted by David Fu
Oct. 8th, 2014
EdTech, Entrepreneurs, NYC, Startups
A deeper dive into the NYC Education startups that focus on the specific theme of career readiness and career skills and the themes that fall under this area.
Oct. 7th, 2014
Part 2 of a series sharing lessons learned from 12 months of experience in the NYC education startup community from a 4.0 Schools community builder.
Posted by Matt Candler
Sep. 24th, 2014
At 4.0, we train people to build the future of school. We read whenever we can, often about ideas outside of education. Here are some reads we consider worthwhile.
Jun. 18th, 2014
EdReform, History of Education
When the emails finally poured in from friends and colleagues, the list of books was so long and so awesome that I just gave up on narrowing it down to three or four.
Posted by Tony Zanders
Apr. 2nd, 2014
NOLA-based creative CJ Hunt is always learning, and we can really get behind that. He reached out to us with some gems for creative folks preparing to pitch to investors.
Oct. 30th, 2013
We recently polled 4.0 nation for suggestions on must-read blogs. Here are some of the top recommendations. Check ’em out – some really interesting, unexpected content.
Aug. 15th, 2013
Edsurge have been the go-to resource for ed-tech for the last few years, and they’ve maintained a healthy preference for steak over sizzle in their analysis.
Aug. 5th, 2013
Trying to keep a team small means using smart tech and staying light. Here’s our first post on tools we use team-wide.
Jul. 24th, 2013
Here’s our list of tech tips we share with the Launch team and others. We focus on this to get faster, smarter at communicating.
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