This is the third part of a series with Lynn Davenport in Dallas on educational technology legislation in Texas, which is connected to Amplify and Learn Capital. Learn Capital set up a campus not far from the state house this spring. The firm had a video made of their launch event open house. In this episode Lynn and I examine who attended that gathering and what that says about the direction things are headed with plans to digitally program children for a world without much work.
Here is our conversation:
Slide deck starts at #67.
This is my site visit to the intentional community for ed-tech investors stared by Learn Capital co-founder Greg Mauro on Powder Mountain outside Salt Lake City. Sorry, the sound isn’t great on this, but it gives you a sense of the setting.