New data from the National Association of State Budget Officers show that for the first time in roughly a decade — since the last recession — a majority of states closed their fiscal 2020 books with a decline in general revenue funds.
School districts are increasingly demanding to see evidence of education businesses’ commitment to diversity and combating racism, not only in their products but in their staffing.
Two U.S.-based education companies — CredEd and Woz U — are partnering to offer professional development focused on coding curriculum to teachers around the world.
Private schools overseas were mostly prepared and leveraged technology quickly to adapt to the COVID-19 distance learning crisis, a new report finds.
A Texas district was allegedly duped by a man who posed as a bank employee and convinced school officials to wire him $2 million.
PowerSchool’s Hardeep Gulati describes shifts he’s seen in K-12 demand since his company’s acquisition of LMS provider Schoology.
International private schools have become a vibrant market for education companies in recent years, and in one key region, the Middle East, their enrollment has declined during the pandemic, a new report finds.
K-12 school district leaders are being forced to spend on a growing list of needs driven by logistical hurdles involved in reopening schools during the coronavirus.
Districts’ appetite for virtual events, and companies’ new reliance on online sales and outreach, is reshaping how business gets done in education.
A new analysis finds that the number of mergers and acquisitions in the education industry dipped during the first half of 2020 to at least a 30-month low.