The frequent disconnect between ed-tech products and teachers’ ability to use them is a recurrent theme among attendees at the ASU/GSV education innovation summit.
America Online co-founder Steve Case says investing in education-technology platforms, not just products and tools, appeals to him.
Michael Moe, the chairman and CEO of GSV Capital & GSV Assessment Management, argues that fears of private-sector intrusion into K-12 schools are overblown.
Karen Cator, the U.S. Department of Education’s former ed-tech director, will join the organization Digital Promise, in a move announced at the ASU/GSV Advisors Education Innovation Summit.
The speakers at the ASU/GSV Advisors summit include executives from top education publishers, investors, startup founders, and federal policymakers.
Jessica Rosenworcel, who serves on the Federal Communications Commission, lays out a case for revamping the E-rate will more funding and new policies.
Education Week will be offering new and analysis from the ASU/GSV Education Innovation Summit, a conference focued on entrpreneurship and business, being held April 15-17 in Arizona.
As states implement common core standards, new markets are opening for education materials, according to panelists at a software and industry association gathering.
A set of “publishers’ criteria” aim to help publishers and buyers of high school math materials judge whether products adhere to the Common Core standards.
California Gov. Jerry Brown wants to use hundreds of millions of dollars from a recent referendum to overhaul schools’ energy efficiency, but the legislature has doubts.