Worries about admissions requirements and religious policy are among the greatest deterrants to private schools considering participating in voucher programs, a survey shows.
School district technology officials say their demand for wireless networks and tablet computing devices will rise over the next three years, a new survey shows.
Charters schools that received grants and loans through an organization called the Charter School Growth Fund produced strong learning gains, a nationwide study found.
Despite much speculation, there is no reason to fear that educational technology will fall victim to a “tech bubble,” argues an analysis from CB Insights.
A new Gallup survey shows that more middle and high school students are taking business classes than they were a year ago, but their overall “entrepreneurial aspirations” remain flat.
A new report seeks to offer a blueprint for how businesses can partner with educators to improve schools.
The market for education software and digital products grew by more than 3.5 percent and now stands at $7.7 billion, new research shows.
A new report argues that “specialized technologies” can encourage students to consider math- and science-related fields.
A rush of investment in educational technology creates the possibility of a “bubble” and a subsequent crash, a recently released paper speculates.