Kevin Chavous has been named president of academics, poilcy, and schools at K12 Inc., a company with a presence in virtual education and other areas.
Parents are hungry for testing information, but school districts and vendors need to do much more to help families interpret assessments, an executive from a top testing organization says.
State legislatures have placed a huge emphasis so far in 2017 on improving the PD and leadership skills of K-12 superintendents and principals.
The Injini program, which describes itself as Africa’s first ed-tech incubator, is trying to support businesses that can have a transformative effect on learning across the the continent.
The United Arab Emirates is a relatively small country with a huge private school market, and a number of vendors are making their mark.
McGraw-Hill Education has tried to make a big shift into digital products and adaptive learning.
Recent policy changes in Florida could dramatically shape district policy in areas such as charter school growth and Title I spending.
More than 60 percent of parents of K-12 students report getting notes or e-mails about their students, newly released federal data show.
Pearson is appealing the award of a $31 million testing contract to the American Institutes for Research, one of a number of assessment deals secured by AIR over the past few weeks.
The State Educational Technology Directors Association profiles four states’ policies for acquiring digital instructional materials.