Jonathan Knee, an investment banker and Columbia Business School professor, has studied education business failures and why some companies’ grand ambitions often result in failure.
The question of how education companies can meet the needs of students as they take charge of their own learning was the main focus of an event Wednesday held in the run-up to an education publishers’ conference.
The Orange County public schools in Florida have devoted $142 million to technology, and they are carefully monitoring the impact of that investment.
BSG Team Ventures released compensation studies on two high-level positions in K-12: chief revenue officer and senior vice president of sales.
Between 20 percent and 40 percent of U.S. students are projected to be in charter schools by 2035, a growth in the market that creates new opportunities for K-12 companies, but also big challenges.
School choice advocate and tennis legend Andre Agassi has created funds to help provide facilities and infrastructure to charter schools.
The Secretary of Education revisited themes about school choice while talking about the importance of innovation to a conference attended by education companies, investors, and educators.
Opportunities abound for U.S. companies in China’s education market, if they can avoid the mistakes that have undermined some early efforts.
The lack of ed-tech interoperability costs school districts time, money and efficiency, chief technology officers say. Some ed-tech companies are working to address the issue, but most are not.
With 92 million people, an economic growth rate of 6.5 percent, and a high regard for education, Vietnam is among the fastest-growing economies in Southeast Asia.