The first lady visited a high school in China comparable in size to many in the United States, but with thousands of students joining via virtual instruction.
Nine school districts, including one in Germany serving U.S. military families, have been chosen to join the League of Innovative Schools.
A new program for the Los Angeles school districts’ 30,000 educators will help them access and apply for grants to benefit the district’s 650,000 students.
Some Maine residents and lawmakers are worried about the implications of Pearson’s involvement, through Connections Education LLC, in the state’s first virtual charter school.
Education technology opens more avenues to commercializing education, say authors of a new study that examines how much K-12 students are exposed to marketing in schools.
Renaissance Learning, a K-12 assessment and learning analytics company, has commanded one of the highest prices in the history of ed tech acquisitions.
State efforts to put a digital device in the hands of every student are proving to be more difficult than many ed-tech advocates might have expected.
Leaders from education, business and the tech world talked about how schools are making the transition to using technology at the SXSWedu conference.
When ed-tech companies approach schools, they often do so with disregard for the dynamics of a successful relationship, says Chris Lehmann, Science Leadership Academy principal.
Ed-tech business owners are learning about venture capital opportunities, educators’ expectations, and what the competition is doing at the South by Southwest education conference.