Win $25,000 to get your edtech business moving.
The annual Milken-Penn GSE Education Business Plan Competition, run by Penn’s Graduate School of Education, is now accepting applications. First place wins $25,000 and second place wins $15,000.
Autism Expressed, the startup focused on teaching digital literacy to autistic students, won first prize last year. Finalists of the competition will be eligible to participate in the Education Design Studio, Inc., Penn GSE’s new edtech incubator that offers $10,000 in initial funding, business training and an opportunity to raise more funding from the incubator’s $2.1 million fund.-30-
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