The messages articulated at a gathering of education publishers this week contrast sharply with those offered at an earlier summit of education investor and entrepreneurs.
A conference of education publishers reveals the major changes the industry faces in a new landscape of digital and open-education resources.
A new report urges districts and entrepreneurs to work together to improve the process through which school systems select and purchase educational technology.
A division of publishing giant Pearson has agreed to a $75 million settlement of a lawsuit that had accused the company of price-fixing e-books.
Microsoft is ending support for Windows XP, leaving schools with the choice of upgrading to Windows 7 or 8, choosing a competitor’s operating system, or going with alternative models.
Pearson made 15 acquisitions and investments during 2012, making it the most active education company in that area, according to a report by CB Insights.
A Brazilian state government has floated an education RFP worth hundreds of millions of dollars, drawing interest from companies in the United States and elsewhere.
The Association of Educational Publishers and the Association of American Publishers have announced that they will join forces.
The Carroll County school system, in rural Virginia, has ended a contract with K12 Inc. to run a virtual school serving students from across the state.
The Education Industry Association is hoping recommend suppliers of tech and instructional products to the American Association of School Administrators, though the arrangement has yet to be finalized.