The digital curriculum provider Imagine Learning is acquiring a special needs-focused organization in a new effort to help struggling learners.
EdWeek Market Brief Staff Writer Michelle Caffrey dives into some of the reasons education companies are looking to recruit talent from outside the education industry.
The procurement software company Ion Wave was acquired by GTY Technology Holdings, the owner of recently merged platforms Bonfire and DemandStar .
A school system in North Carolina is looking for an ELA curriculum for grades 6-8, while an Arizona district seeks an academic support program.
Remote work and other factors have made developing a pipeline from mid-level management to the C-suite more challenging.
A district in Wisconsin is looking for classroom libraries, while a Texas school system seeks multi-tiered systems of support.
Executives of ed-tech companies worry that many managers in their organizations are “out of their depth” and not poised to promote expansion.
The funding will be used to help Phoenix-based Schola hire additional employees and add capabilities to its school choice online marketplace.
A district in Texas is looking for Montessori instructional materials, while a Louisiana school system seeks a digital learning platform.
After rising to record highs during the pandemic, venture capital investment into ed-tech companies is coming back down to Earth.