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Research on the economic impact on education companies.
Most respondents to this survey believe that the new coronavirus (COVID-19) will have a negative economic impact on the educational sector in the short term. However, the expectation is for improvement in the long term with the bet on new technologies and new products as the main growth drivers of these companies in the next 12 months. According to the participants, there will be a disruption in the educational market in the next 24 months.
The first wave of the research lasted 7 days (114 respondents). In the secound wave, 120 leaders (founders, directors and coordinators) from private schools, higher education institutions, as well as founders of educational startups (EdTechs) were consulted.
This research was adapted for the Brazilian scenario based on the COVID-19. Global Education Outlook developed by HolonIQ, following the guidelines and use license .
"The products and services are virtual robotic laboratories in the cloud, we understand that the technologies offered at scale (via browser and distributed via the Internet) and that exploit virtualization and simulation of real situations have a growing trend." - School Principal Respondent.
"Our product is physical, and we are hostage to production and logistics at that moment. Thinking of something 100% digital becomes a priority, trying to keep the essence." - Founder respondent of an EdTech.
"We are actually working on several fronts. New products, verticals (evaluations, analytics, etc.) and digital transformation projects. We accelerate this because we have a large network of schools and with that we find opportunities not only to improve the operation but also creation of new businesses. We were already in transition and we saw the opportunity to accelerate because we believe that the long-term scenario is for more technology to be adopted by schools. We are developing several pilots including in partnership with edtechs thinking about this. " - Responding Director of an Educational Group.
"For Early Childhood Education up to the 3rd year of elementary school, teachers are posting videos with the orientations of the activities to be carried out, parents follow and post the children's task. From the 4th year on, classes take place synchronously, that is, live , online So far, students and teachers are engaged and motivated.
Our virtual environment is Google Classroom and Hangout Meet. The older students were already used to using the online environment, it was only necessary to share tutorials for the teachers and for the students advising on how the classes would occur during the quarantine period. "
"TRIEduc develops educational assessment projects for high schools and pre-university entrance exams. Most of our clients asked us to send printed exams, as they wanted to faithfully simulate the application of tests such as the Enem - Exame Nacional do Ensino Medium.
At this time of quarantine, we offer all our customers a free exchange of the printed assessment application for online, carried out on our exclusive platform. Everyone's acceptance was positive and the execution of the project was well accepted by teachers and students. We believe that this solution will continue to be strengthened even after the return to face-to-face classes. "
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