Richard Culatta delves into everything from how the ed-tech world is handling criticism and scandals, to the increasing number of virtual and augmented reality products entering the K-12 marketplace.
The nation’s biggest ed-tech conference begins this week in Chicago. See what’s on the agenda.
Kristen DiCerbo of education publisher Pearson discusses the company’s recent research into designing data dashboards that better support classroom decision-making.
A pair of researchers who have studied virtual reality offer advice to K-12 product developer on the technology’s potential — and pitfalls to avoid.
District officials have been slow to recognize threats from hacking and other cyber threats, and relatively few have placed requirements on vendors for data security.
The ed-tech sector has a key role to play in helping K-12 schools implement personalized-learning models, but big gaps remain between what schools need and what vendors are offering.
A VC leader discovers that most of the ed-tech startups her company invests in have white males as founders. She’s seeking to change that.
The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative wants to make personalized learning investments in products that will help teachers engage students and meet their individual needs, says Jim Shelton, who is helping guide the organization’s efforts.
The ed-tech company Clever’s use of “badges” to help students log in to software was born during a hackathon. But the process of improving and refining the concept didn’t end there.
The CIO and CAO of the Los Angeles Unified School District explain why it’s important for education companies to understand how their technology and instructional departments collaborate.