More than 125 business owners serving the education marketplace are gathered in Dallas for EDVentures 2013 to be educated about the K-12 landscape.
School leaders can improve their ability to create innovations through technology by considering five questions, the U.S. Department of Education’s educational technology director argued recently.
Nearly 400 educators converged in Mooresville, N.C., this week to learn how the school district managed to leverage its digital conversion to attain high achievement scores.
A report released today offers an “innovation index” meant to help educators and businesses determine whether digital innovations deliver on their promised classroom benefits.
Business interests are divided on yesterday’s passage of a bill reauthorizing the No Child Left Behind Act, which GOP-controlled House of Representatives approved by a vote of 221-207 yesterday.
Johns Hopkins University has added an “Online Educational Leadership Institute” to its offerings for leaders of education companies and organizations, it was announced today.
TPG Capital is acquiring TSL Education Ltd., a company that owns the Times Educational Supplement, TES Connect and ShareMyLesson, an AFT platform for teachers who want to share lessons and information online.
Teaching more students computer coding as part of their K-12 education is gaining traction in public schools.
Education Pioneers, a nonprofit that matches fellows with educational partners, experienced a 70 percent increase in applicants this year, and edtech is one of the beneficiaries.
Most Maine school districts are opting for Apple MacBook laptops and iPads over HP ProBook 4440 laptops running Windows 7 for their middle and high school students.