1. Vote Hack Reactor, MakerSquare & Telegraph Academy Into SXSWedu

    The Hack Reactor network is returning to SXSWedu, the education-focused branch of the massive culture and technology conference, South by Southwest. To bring our thought leaders and their ideas to this meeting of the minds, we will need your votes. Please take a few seconds to vote for each of our panels on SXSW’s competitive PanelPicker system (see below for voting instructions):

    Hacking the Racial Divide: Technology Education

    The Rise of Coding Schools: Changing the Landscape

  2. SXSWedu 2015 Recap: Top 5 Quotes On the EdTech Movement

    SXSWedu, the education-focused branch of the popular South by Southwest conference, had its fifth iteration, and Hack Reactor joined in with talks, panels and meetups. Partner school MakerSquare, which has a school in SXSWedu’s host city Austin, was quite active as well.

    The week-long event provided an excellent opportunity to connect with some of the most forward-thinking minds in education today. Here are 5 top quotes from our SXSWedu experience.

  3. Hack Reactor & MakerSquare Ready to Take on SXSWedu

    Hack Reactor is joining partner school MakerSquare in Austin, TX for SXSWedu. This education-focused spinoff of the popular tech and music festival South by Southwest will bring together many great minds and organizations in tech and education. SXSWedu offers many opportunities to learn from and mingle with MakerSquare and us. 

  4. Vote for Marcus! Lead Instructor Marcus Phillips Up for Panelist Position at SXSWedu

    Hack Reactor uses a unique and powerful instructional method called rapid-iteration teaching, designed specifically for the school by Lead Instructor and Curriculum Designer, Marcus Phillips. Now, Marcus is up for a panelist position at SXSWedu--the education-focused wing of South by Southwest--to speak about changing education toward a more powerful, dynamic model. Listen to Marcus explain his method and vote for him here.