The assessment non-profit and university are identifying “dozens of advanced research and product development initiatives” in K-12 and beyond.
App developers who can’t find educators to provide feedback on their emerging products will soon be able to find help for that through ISTE.
Nine CEOs of education companies offer their tips for how to get the most out of every day–for themselves and their employees.
In the first six months of 2017, just over 6.8 percent of K-12 teachers opened marketing emails, up from 5.5 percent in all of 2016.
The LMS landscape is changing as K-12 districts are getting more sophisticated in their understanding of what they need and how they want to use this technology.
An analysis found that districts have stepped up their purchasing to support special needs students, and for digital learning tools–the two fastest-growing segments of the education sector.
Apple makes its spring “new product” announcements in a Chicago high school in an effort to rebound from poor sales to K-12 schools over the past few years.
A nearly three-fold increase in appropriations for the Title IV-A block grant in the new federal budget means many districts can dedicate more funds to ed-tech training for teachers.
Businesses that sell technology and education services in the U.S. are being invited to apply for a June trade mission to Colombia and Peru.
States have been passing student-data-privacy laws at a feverish pace, creating situations that can confound companies. The Future of Privacy Forum offers tips for ed-tech businesses.