The company that brought hip-hop music to schools has tapped Din Heiman, an ed-tech industry veteran, as its first president.
WhoYouKnow.org is a new resource from the Clayton Christensen Institute to help schools identify ed-tech that will connect students with ideas, opportunities, and expert advice from their communities, and the world.
One of the biggest lessons learned is to involve the end user from the beginning of the process, asking educators the key questions they need the data to answer.
A Texas district wants a data dashboard solution, and the Santa Cruz, Calif. schools are seeking financial management software.
A watchdog organization is questioning whether a cooperative purchasing program that relies on Amazon’s online marketplace is hurting businesses in local communities around the country.
John Fallon, Pearson’s CEO, said he does not plan to offer details about the sale process while it is underway.
Ed-tech providers and educators need to be able to answer three basic questions to prove that an ed-tech product works, a panel agreed.
The U.S. is home to 25 active “education innovation clusters,” and representatives of many met in Philadelphia to share ideas, challenges, and initiatives.
A Philadelphia public school that encourages its students to solve real-world problems was showcased on the opening day of Education Innovation Clusters, a conference focused on promoting innovation and research in K-12.
A multinational private company that provides language training and educational tours is the main sponsor of a team competing in the Tour de France.