Educational materials wholesaler hires chief technology officer of printing and communications company to boost its software business.
A new report from Project Information Literacy suggests that concern for the competency of the digital generation extends into the workplace.
Just two days after voters returned President Barack Obama to the White House for a second term, the administration awarded nearly $150 million in i3 grants to 20 school districts and nonprofit organizations.
Sweeping education changes passed by the state legislature are voted down overwhelmingly.
In Idaho, voters are deciding whether to uphold a suite of controversial and far-reaching measures passed by the state legislature last year.
In a country faced with devastating monsoons and the effects of climate change, an architect is building solar-powered floating schools for rural children.
The state doesn’t allow charter schools, but new law will give district-run schools greater autonomy.
The education technology industry’s largest startup incubator holds a “demo day” for companies to pitch to funders.
Schools, already purchasing iPads in record numbers, could opt for more affordable version, though competing devices are still less expensive.
Software company led by former Blackboard co-founder will use funds to provide intelligence on college-admissions process.