The director of a new innovation center at the University of Pennsylvania offers advice for education companies based on his experiences as a senior executive at Microsoft and Pearson.
The company says it is determined to move from selling a “disconnected mix of products” to an “integrated, holistic experience.”
Even though Texas’ K-12 budget offers limited funding to districts, it creates opportunities for education companies that can help schools reduce costs.
Well-known marketing expert Nancy Harhut uses research on human behavior to develop strategies for improving company outreach, engagement, and sales.
Superintendent Scott Muri talks about how parents’ and students’ expectations for communication from districts have changed.
Access to high-quality science, technology, engineering and math programs, like coding, from a young age will improve female participation in the technology field.
The 2017 Inc. 5000 Europe list includes 29 education-related businesses from 12 nations, with many providing English instruction, special education support and digital services.
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State planning around the Every Student Succeeds Act, tax reform, education funding, and changes to technology programs present both opportunities and challenges for companies.
Miami-Dade schools chief Alberto M. Carvalho talks about what he wants from vendors, and why his district takes a methodical approach to big ed-tech projects.