Faster testing of the effectiveness of ed-tech products can help education companies make better decisions about how to re-shape their products to meet schools’ needs.
A new emphasis on English conversation skills in Japan is creating space for new products that help teachers and students improve their language skills.
A more business-oriented White House could have big implications for educational gaming companies and other ed-tech entrepreneurs, says a digital gaming expert.
Jose, Ferreira, who launched the global adaptive technology company in 2008, will remain on the board of directors.
Privacy organizations have filed a Federal Trade Commission complaint alleging that a set of internet-connected toys lack the necessary safeguards to protect children’s personal information.
The Latin American education market is ripe for innovation as countries roll out big efforts to transform their schools digitally, and as middle-class families gain more spending power.
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As the Oakland school district moves into widespread use of digitally driven personalized learning, school leaders want education companies that provide a high level of service.
K-12 market experts examine how Trump’s election, Republican control of Congress, and statehouse results will affect education funding, school choice measures, and the potential impact on ed-tech initiatives.
Entrepreneur and investor Jean Hammond spoke about common mistakes that education startups make, many of which offers lessons to established companies, too.