Entrepreneur Magazine has released its annual 360 list, ranking the most entrepreneurial companies in America. The magazine evaluates applicants, selecting top companies based on impact, innovation, growth, and leadership.
While this year’s ranking was largely dominated by companies representing the mar-tech and healthcare industries, a dozen organizations making significant changes in the world of learning managed to make the cut. These 12 companies represent a wide variety of areas in education including innovative technology, advanced supplies, and even professional learning.
Here are the most entrepreneurial education companies in the U.S.
“Creates and facilitates out-of-school-time educational experiences for kids and teens, by immersing them in the latest STEM technology through a custom-built experience management platform.”
“Technology learning platform that empowers CIOs, CTOs and their teams to gain a competitive edge by acquiring the latest technologies skills to deliver nextgen innovation.”
“Wants to bring color, differentiation, and innovation to the school/office supplies category, and to one day provide all kids in need with the tools they need to learn and be creative.”
AmeriClerkships Medical Society
“Helps U.S. medical educators meet the challenges of improving the medical resident preparation and selection process with its online booking platform for internships, externships, and clerkships.”
“Offers team-learning software that employees want and empowers them as they learn, practice, and perform their jobs.”
“Uses technology and the most current adult learning research to produce short-form eLearning videos that employees will want to watch.”
“Combines the power of data-driven technologies with tutoring services in test preparation, to help students maximize study time and develop academic skills to succeed in college and beyond.”
BRIC Language Systems
“Web-based program facilitating an interactive, face-to-face method that harnesses teachers and students from anywhere in the world for peer-to-peer sessions, in real-time.”
“Social learning and micro-publishing platform powered by the largest marketplace of college students in the U.S.”
“Global experiential learning enterprise that offers month-long self-paced online programs for Entrepreneurship and skill development.”
“Offers analytic and reporting services to education communities and institutions with a proprietary learning management system.”
“Revolutionary web and mobile programs for the entire student lifecycle that help schools attract, retain and engage students.”
To visit this year’s full list of companies, visit the 2017 Entrepreneur 360 page here.
Company descriptions sourced from Entrepreneur.com