The online media company IAC, known for developing sites like Match.com, is acquiring a tutoring site used by families and schools, Tutor.com.
The transaction is another step in Pearson’s recent flurry of investments it has made to expand its digital content offerings.
A modest increase in the market’s total value was attributed to sizable gains in software for administrative tasks, professional development, and testing.
Pennsylvania is attempting to change rules on how charter schools are evaluated, which could be a violation of federal education law.
A press release from the education company admits that mistakes were made in an effort to protect copyrighted material.
A new special report from a Portland, Maine newspaper suggests online education companies are having a major influence on state education policy.
In the third quarter of financial 2012, the education market purchased twice as many iPads as Macs, as the company reported record sales to schools.
In fiscal year 2012 earnings report, Scholastic revenue is up 14 percent, though education-related sectors growing at smaller rate.
After initially refusing education department’s request that it give up its charter, Frontier Virtual Charter High School agrees to close.
Education publishing giant will aim to make private education affordable in low-income nations, invest in education companies abroad.