A new program by McGraw-Hill uses software that attempts to personalize study plans for adult learners preparing for the GED and other high school equivalency tests.
Of the $3.2 billion that public school teachers spent on educational products last school year, they covered $1.6 billion of those costs personally, a survey finds.
Indiana officials say they will seek no less than $613,000 in damages from test administrator CTB/McGraw-Hill because of problems with the state’s assessment earlier this year.
Revenues from the purchase of mobile devices in Latin America will more than quadruple by 2017, with heavy demand coming from schools, an analysis says.
The Los Angeles Unified School District has awarded a $30 million contract to Apple Inc., as part of a technology project that could ultimately cost $500 million.
Kaplan Inc. is supporting a group of startup K-12 companies through an “accelerator” program designed to give them a foothold in the marketplace.
Officials at the Kansas department of education have asked the state’s attorney general to determine the legality of a measure meant to promote innovation in school districts.
District staff are recommending that the L.A. Unified School District award a contract potentially worth $500 million over time to Apple Inc.
Generating sustained interest in its new, free teacher-training venture will require Coursera to partner with districts, a new analysis argues.
Mobile devices, cloud computing, data systems, and virtual laboratories will grow in popularity in the next few years, a report says.