The Common Core State Standards and the adoption of digital technology in other countries are two areas of opportunity for education companies.
Leaders of educational companies and nonprofits are gathered in Denver for EdNET, finding out what the K-12 marketplace of the future will need.
Gaining insights and networking are top goals for education industry stakeholders as they meet at EdNET 2013 next week in Denver.
Coursera, a massive open online course provider, made $1 million from students who pursued “verified certificates” for their successful completion of courses.
Today the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation announced Jeff Raikes’ decision to step down as CEO after five years in the job.
The ConnectED initiative launched by President Obama is seen as an opportunity for states and districts to collaborate to bring down the cost of technology.
Google Play for Education, delivered via Nexus 7 tablets, is piloted in Hillsborough, N.J., schools. Will it threaten the dominance of Apple’s iPad?
Kiva and Citi Microfinance have launched Kiva U, and a curriculum for K-12 on “Exploring Poverty,” to increase students understanding of financial inclusion.
Seven public schools have opened in the Netherlands centered on iPads for education, and given the name “Steve Jobs Schools.”
A survey from American Express projects major tech spending by parents for back-to-school time, while the National Retail Federation’s poll projects reduced spending on electronics.