Education and the crisis in the sector has featured prominently in the media in the last five years. This article explores the implications of this crisis both for teacher education and also for learners.
With education in the 21st Century becoming decidedly digital, software companies are jumping onto the bandwagon by developing products that they hope will be snapped up by the educational channel, thereby increasing their sales revenue. And apparently there is much money to be made from educational software. Recently revealed statistics from the US demonstrate that this industry is indeed booming and enjoying steady growth.