Today my focus is on what the future may bring. K-12 education has made great strides towards blended and personalized learning since the early days of 2010 when only a few charter schools like Rocketship, KIPP Empower and Carpe Diem were actively integrating technology and instruction. Today Ed Elements is working with over 100 schools across 40 districts nationwide, and there are several other districts, charters, and private schools embarking on testing and implementing new models of education, geared at increasing achievement through increasing personalization and agency. 2014 has the potential to be a big year - one in which we do not see just more classrooms and schools personalizing learning, but instead one where we see whole districts moving in this direction. It’s an exciting time to be working in edtech.