The Software and Information Industry Association is restructuring its education technology division and and moving away from in-person conferences.
The disruptions caused by the pandemic are fueling interest in out-of-school programs including in curriculum, technology, and social-emotional supports.
The World Bank-supported project offers a growing database of ed-tech platforms meant to help schools use technology more effectively.
An upskilling platform took in $32 million from Owl Ventures, and Create & Learn, a California company focused on K-12 STEM classes with real-world applications, raised $1.7 million in seed funding.
Utah’s largest district wants special education software. The district that encompasses Chattanooga wants cloud-based nutrition management software, while a smaller district south of Seattle wants software for therapy services.
Using AI technology, a British university and Pearson hope to create a globally standardized scoring system for assessing students learning English.
Large districts in Texas and New Mexico are seeking a library catalog, curricular supplies, and legal counsel for special education.
The Trump administration wants to grant states waivers from paperwork requirements, but advocacy groups seem likely to questions whether students’ rights will be protected.
In the latest issue of K-12 Dealmaking, Asia remains especially active, and a Denver-based tech firm receives an investment that will aid education workforce development.
A Tennessee district is looking to buy a special education early intervention program, and a major California consortium has purchased a student information system.