The U.S. Department of Education is seeking an outside, nonprofit organization to help it support and build the #GoOpen Network.
The developer of online games and apps will pay $650,000 to settle a complaint of privacy violations brought by the FTC.
A recent survey by the Consortium for School Networking found that 40 percent of school district leaders said their systems offer one digital learning device per student.
States are likely to take a slow and cautious approach to applying to create “innovative” assessment pilots, and so vendors shouldn’t expect a windfall.
Education companies that have good data, and a strong sense of what they want to know about their products, can benefit greatly from academic researchers’ work.
Many of the most popular EdWeek Market Brief stories in 2017 drew from the steady flow of exclusive surveys we conducted of K-12 leaders.
The consortium, known for publishing the “Horizon Report” with predictions about ed-tech, is preparing to file Chapter 7 bankruptcy to liquidate its holdings.
Speaking at NY Ed Tech Week, the Success Academy Charter Schools founder decried the tendency of some leaders to view ed-tech as being “a savior” in education.
The global private school provider says it has invested $1 billion in its schools and personnel since fiscal year 2014.
An FCC commissioner critical of the agencies’ proposed memorandum of understanding blasts it as a “confusing, lackluster, reactionary afterthought” that will not safeguard the public.