Students are turning away from expensive for-profit colleges, a trend that could add new fuel to the debate over companies in the K-12 sector.
The team of two from Oregon has filed a lawsuit against the foundation for refusing to pay scholarship winnings from a 2010 competition.
The unusual public-private partnership to create a low-cost tablet computing device aims to eventually equip all students in the country with such devices.
The state education department terminated the contract with Infinity Software Development, after the company filed a lawsuit charging that the department violated the terms of the agreement.
Justices declined to hear Scholastic’s appeal of the state’s decision that ruled teachers as “representatives” for the company.
The State Educational Technology Directors Association makes several recommendations for how schools should make the transition.
The school fired four of its top management officials earlier this week.
The software company is focusing the majority of its cash contributions on working to close the “opportunity gap” for youths around the world.
At TechCrunch conference, the former New York City schools chancellor talks about bringing technology into education to empower teachers and engage students.