The EdTech Awards 2020 Deadline Approaching

As a new age arrives—so too does an opportunity to create the future of learning.

EDTECH AWARDS | by Victor Rivero

A decade can fly right by—and it has.

As the old song says:

Time keeps on slippin’, slippin’, slippin’

into the future

And here we are ten years later. The EdTech Awards 2020 are upon us. A new decade, the new 20s—we could even capitalize it: The New 20s—is just about here.

There used to be a saying (just last week I might have heard it), that went like this: “We are now a few years into the 21st century. And it’s time for some 21st-century education transformation” and so on. 

And although we have another eighty-ish years to go for that sort of phrasing to cede to the 22nd century—it’s already sounding pretty old!

Looking back, we’ve come a long way. And there have been many mistakes. And many more successes. We are entering a new phase in time. The old era is behind us. But we are still at the beginning of a new age. 

So what’s next?

Yes, that’s the question. And the answer is within you. You could keep it there. But to make it real, to promote your vision, and to really get it out there—you should be a part of The EdTech Awards 2020 brought to you by EdTech Digest.

The EdTech Awards will serve you in achieving your mission and moving you forward.  

The largest and most prestigious awards recognition program in the world dedicated solely to education technology.

Recognizing the biggest names in edtech—and those who soon will be.

We celebrate who’s who and what’s next.

Your passion must be shared, so that means you!

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Victor Rivero is the Editor-in-Chief of EdTech Digest. He oversees The EdTech Awards, the world’s largest recognition program dedicated solely to edtech. Featuring edtech’s best and brightest, the annual program shines a spotlight on innovators, leaders, and trendsetters across the K-12, higher ed, and skills & workforce sectors. Write to: victor@edtechdigest.com    

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