This is the era of the edu-preneur, when being a K-12 or higher ed  professional can mean anything from cofounding a start-up with excess of $50 million in funding or launching a venture that uses the Kickstarter model to fund classrooms and libraries in at-risk communities in the U.S. and abroad, Forbes reports. The 30 Under 30 in education are in the forefront of this revolution. Here, their take on the future of learning, the classroom, and the role of the technology…

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