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The companies that make the most effective presentations before district purchasing committees tend to be great listeners, says Brian Blanton, the CIO of the Henry County, Ga., schools.
British Education Secretary Damian Hinds says that private-sector companies need to help his government use ed-tech to transform teacher training, assessment, and school operations.
When Amazon TenMarks announced plans to wind down its operations, rival curriculum companies pounced, via sales channels and social media.
Apple, which has lost market share in K-12 schools, has reached $1 trillion valuation, fueled by its success in the consumer market.
The tech corporation and the Future Farmers of America are partnering to develop academic resources for the youth organization’s 650,000 members.
Illustrative Mathematics CEO Lisa O’Masta, who leads one of the country’s biggest providers of open educational resources, explains what districts want from curriculum.
The Rise Fund is making a $130 million investment in DreamBox Learning, the digital math provider.
The metro hubs of Shanghai and Beijing have seen huge jumps in the amount of investment flowing to ed-tech companies in recent years, according to CB Insights.
Local districts in California and Texas have more autonomy in buying curriculum than they used to, but many of them still count on recommendations from the state.