The Rise of EdTech - How SaaS Supports Green Education in 2030

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The global Education technology (EdTech) market size in 2019 was at $183B, but after the COVID-19 pandemic, the rise of EdTech started by 16.3% annually and is predicted to grow 2.5 times from 2019 to 2025, reaching $404 billion by 2025. Furthermore, global EdTech funding is expected to reach $87bn+ by 2030, which is almost triple the amount of the last decade's $32bn.

In this evolving and rising landscape of technology in education, SaaS is becoming a driving force with a worth of more than $195 billion in 2023. Using SAAS technology in the field of education enables students to enhance their learning in a variety of ways. These cloud-based software are supporting the upcoming era of green education.

SaaS (Software as a Service) provides plenty of tools through web browsing or apps that help educators in learning and writing their coursework like dissertations, thesis, essays or assignments. According to Albert Barkley, an expert educationist at The Academic Papers UK, whether you are going to write an assignment, a thesis or a dissertation, using EdTech software will help you to achieve excellence with little hard work and save time.

Here, we will discuss the rise of EdTech and how SaaS is paving its way towards the development of green education.

What is EdTech, and Why is the Rise of EdTech Important in Green Education?

EdTech is a combination of education and technology, which means the use of emerging and existing technologies like AI, VR, AR, cloud software, and blockchain for the growth of digital green education. We all are well aware of the importance and the use of technology in our daily lives, either in work or entertainment. It gained much importance and success after the COVID-19 pandemic when everything was managed through technology.

According to EdWeek 2020, about 58% of academic staff has a positive impression on the use of Education technology and 50% of teachers take their classes remotely with more earnings.

EdTech is important because it is transforming the traditional ways of the education sector with the advancements of SaaS technology. The sole purpose of the rise of EdTech startups is to utilise the technology for the enhancement of learning experiences.

For most students, green education could be a new term, which means a digital education system promoting and supporting the sustainability of a less harmful and pollution-free global environment. It will help to protect nature and have a positive impact on our economy, social circle and employment rate.

As we move further towards the sustainability of green education, the EdTech role seems to revolutionise the world with its wonders with a $10 Trillion market size in 2030 by expanding the EdTech and smart classroom market beyond your expectations.

Top 6 Study Evolution EdTech Software


Learning Management Systems (LMS)

LMS is basically a broad term for software tools used to plan, design, use and assess various learning courses and programs. Schools and universities all across the world use LMS platforms like Canvas, Google Classroom, and Blackboard to manage course content, monitor student progress, and streamline teacher-student communication. All these tools are playing their role in the rise of EdTech and promoting a green education system.

1. Canvas

A 100% free EdTech platform for students, which accounts for 21% of academies, helps in creating, reviewing, and sharing assignments in one go. It was created for lower to higher educational systems by Instructure, the digital company that created the cloud-hosted educational innovation Canvas. Canvas became one of the rising LMS platforms in such a short time that almost every size of school even a small academy to a higher learning institute, uses this platform for learning.

It is a simple learning and productivity platform that provides various learning opportunities. The LMS system accounts for 27% of students' enrollments and is expected to grow in multiples with the rise of EdTech demands.

2. Blackboard Learn

Blackboard Learn was first used by academic institutions in the late 1990s. Since then, it has evolved to support K–12 to higher learning institutions, government and military programs, and enterprises. You can use it with SaaS systems, and it is now updated to be compatible with mobile devices.

Blackboard Learn was developed to help students by providing great online learning opportunities and does not demand real time interactions and collaborations. It works well with online hosting programs and features various systems and designs that enable students to use it with authentication processes and student information systems. Students can integrate it with a variety of business applications and systems, including the Moodle learning management system, Epsilon, etc.

The most well-known LMS for assessment and content reporting is Blackboard Learn. According to Fenton, 2018, about 37% of enrollees and 28% of institutes use this platform, which is becoming a part of the rise of EdTech.

3. Google Classroom

Everyone has an idea of Google Classroom as the leading free-to-use EdTech software for students. Now, classrooms are going to be digital with the help of SaaS technology. According to a report from Google at the 2019 BETT conference in London, 40 million people utilised Google Classroom, while more than 80 million people used its collection of Google tools for education.

Google Classrooms uses the technology by combining strong educational administration systems and top-notch communication tools. As a result, the technology formed in the form of a digital classroom enables academic institutions to easily communicate with both students and parents. It has gained the reputation of being the best LMS and is only permitted in learning environments.

4. Kahoot

The rise of EdTech LMS has also developed the best education-focused gamification tool, Kahoot, for better educational interactions. According to IJCS, 2020, gamification seemed to enhance the results by 45.45%, and when playing games was combined with reading, its outcomes were more prominent by 60.67%.

Kahoot is the best gamification tool for your classroom is Kahoot. You can make tests and questionnaires to keep your students interested and involved in it. Creating quizzes, check-ins, and exit questions using Kahoot is quite simple, visually attractive, and engaging. Kahoot states that it has done hundreds of millions of sessions with more than 9 billion users and also has 1 million plus paying participants.

Additionally, you can give points for correct responses to promote engagement and push your students to give their best effort. Not only this, students can design their own games and quiz one another on their expertise. The Kahoot website has a tonne of pre-made content and evaluation tools that you can use anytime.

5. ChatGPT

Artificial intelligence is one of the hot topics these days, and ChatGPT is one of the EdTech tools that gained more than 100 million users within a few months after its release in November 2022. It is an OpenAI system spending about $700,000 per day on ChatGPT to run it and it is expected that ChatGPT will generate $200 million in revenue by 2023.

Students use this platform to write assignments, essays, theses, dissertations, blogs, articles and almost everything that they need. But how does it work? Well, you have to give a prompt about what you want it to write for you. For example, if you need an essay on the rise of EdTech and its influence on green education, you will command it like this:

Write a 1000-word essay on “Title” for Class 10. It will instantly start writing and provide you with a complete essay within a few seconds. Students are taking benefits from it, but its writing may cause you to be caught by AI detection and plagiarism.


In 2030 and beyond, the combination of EdTech and sustainability in green education has the potential to fundamentally alter how we teach and learn. This is the driving force, and software as a service (SaaS) is driving it by making the best use of technology. Here, we also have discussed some samples of SaaS that are playing their role in the rise of EdTech and predicting a complete era of green education by 2030.

Even though there are still difficulties that students sometimes face in writing an assignment or any other coursework, that's why the need for green education is a worthy one that EdTech, and especially SaaS, is well-suited to serve.

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