The Federal Communications Commission has finalized rules for a new $7 billion remote learning fund with big implications for school districts and ed-tech vendors.
School systems are wrestling with many unknowns in trying to settle on strategies for combating learning loss for the coming academic year.
School districts would not be eligible to spend their portion of a $7 billion emergency connectivity fund on smartphones, in a draft order put forward by the Federal Communications Commission.
A new advisory board at McGraw-Hill is helping the company support equity throughout its product development process.
Demand to equip K-12 students with laptops and tablets continues to soar globally and outstrip manufacturing capacity, according to a new analysis of the market by Futuresource Consulting.
Ed-tech firms across Europe mostly decreased their marketing budgets or kept them flat during the pandemic, holding back on aggressive new ad campaigns during a historical period of business uncertainty, a new analysis finds.
Richard Carranza, the former schools chief in New York City, will become the chief of strategy and global development at IXL Learning, a Silicon Valley-based online personalized learning platform.
A new class of special purpose acquisition companies could give rise to a constellation of of publicly traded education companies, with more visibility and greater access to capital.
There are several key questions about what kinds of technologies are eligible for funding under a new, $7 billion program overseen by the FCC to improve students at-home internet access.
The number of published solicitations in K-12 in 2020 dropped the lowest in almost a decade, but the education sector is poised to return to pre-pandemic levels, according to GovWin from Deltek.