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Women Entrepreneurs Funded for Online Education

Women make up over 75% of people who operate public education, so no surprise should exist that a growing number of women have received funding for education business start-ups online, Jessica Schimm says in Forbes.

She features accounts of women in Coursera and InstaEdu. Women play key roles in the development and operation of both of these compnies.

Coursera offers world-class university classes online to over 4.4 million students. They recently received an infusion of $43 in capital.

InstaEdu, with over 3 thousand tutors online available 24/7, recently received $4 million funding.

If you are a woman, what’s your vision of the future of education, say by 2020? Does it include a business plan to accelerate, increase, and deepen (AID) learning. If so, check out Women 2.0. Maybe you too will encounter a funding Angel.

 

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