K-12 companies often use vague language in their privacy policies to try to give themselves maximum flexibility. That’s a mistake, one leading researcher on privacy says.
Jonathan Knee, an investment banker and Columbia Business School professor, discusses his findings on the failures and successes of education businesses.
Decisions about ed-tech purchasing are becoming more decentralized in many foreign markets, with an increased emphasis on using local content, says Microsoft Vice President Anthony Salcito.
Understanding how modern classrooms should be designed will help education companies better meet the needs of educators, two experts explain.
When companies want to communicate their findings to K-12 officials, they often turn to white papers. We asked a researcher to explain the genre.
A more business-oriented White House could have big implications for educational gaming companies and other ed-tech entrepreneurs, says a digital gaming expert.
The Latin American education market is ripe for innovation as countries roll out big efforts to transform their schools digitally, and as middle-class families gain more spending power.
A 35-district study examined how schools in California are deciding to buy English/language arts products, and the implications for companies working in other states.
Two experts on predictive analytics outline why it is important for companies to understand how data-prediction tools can seriously change the game for students.
Entrepreneur and investor Jean Hammond spoke about common mistakes that education startups make, many of which offers lessons to established companies, too.