Seventy percent of private schools in the United States serve less than 300 students, data from the National Center for Education Statistics show.
One of the more curious pieces of language included in the Every Student Succeeds Act warns about the “harms of copyright piracy.” How did it end up in the sweeping education law?
The testing organization has made a $10.8 million “strategic investment” in New Markets Venture Partners.
On Monday, Aug. 7 at 2 p.m. EST, EdWeek Market Brief will host a webinar to answer questions about the state of K-12 budgets during the 2017-18 school year.
California has granted school districts more autonomy over spending and curriculum, a shift that carries implications for companies trying to do business in the state.
Renaissance Learning, a major provider of assessments and other services, has named Daniel Hamburger as its new CEO.
A new program co-led by a former British government adviser is looking to help startup companies in the sprawling market, which is unfamiliar to many investors and entrepreneurs.
Companies working with schools often fail to grasp the competing pressures districts face when planning big spending projects, an Oregon district finance official explains.
Just 11 percent of school officials in a recent survey said they would reject outright an ed-tech product if it didn’t have peer-reviewed research behind it.
Curriculum provider Great Minds is appealing a federal court ruling that dismissed its lawsuit accusing FedEx of improperly copying “open” educational resources at the behest of schools.