A new study says superintendents want more business involvement in their districts, so three organizations created a “playbook” to help businesses step up their game.
President Obama announced plans from seven large companies to support K-12 schools across the U.S. in their digital learning efforts by contributing $750 million worth of goods and services.
President Obama announces a plan in which technology corporations will contribute $750 million in goods and services to improve U.S. schools’ connectivity.
Google Play for Education is adding book rentals to its repertoire and Chromebooks’ use in education is expanding, increasing Google’s influence in the K-12 market.
The federal government wants input about how to shape competitions that would produce educational technology and other success-oriented solutions for K-12, higher education, and lifelong learning.
A new publication details recommended best practices for procuring ed tech, and how schools can get the most out of the ed tech they buy.
Changes to the E-rate program, controversy over data privacy, and improving school budgets are expected to impact preK-12 companies doing business with schools in 2014.
Sen. Ed Markey, a Massachusetts Democrat, will soon propose legislation meant to safeguard student data, records that many privacy advocates say are at risk.
New York state is delaying the uploading of all private student data to the cloud, some say in response to political pressure.
Education technology companies selling to the PreK-12 market will need to focus more on results, as education leaders are more sophisticated in their purchasing.