Schools expect the technology they use to be accessible to students who are blind and have other disabilities, and those expectations are finding their way into contract language.
Education companies can succeed in developing countries in Africa if they clearly understand the potential risks and rewards, says Jamie Martin, the founder of the African ed-tech incubator Injini.
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt CEO Jack Lynch argues that effective curriculum is “less about iTunes playlists” and more akin to “a movie, with each scene building on a previous scene,” coherently.
A pair of researchers who have studied virtual reality offer advice to K-12 product developer on the technology’s potential — and pitfalls to avoid.
The LMS landscape is changing as K-12 districts are getting more sophisticated in their understanding of what they need and how they want to use this technology.
Education companies should judge accelerator programs on their ability to help with marketing, data analysis, outreach, and goal-setting, a trio of investors say.
States have been passing student-data-privacy laws at a feverish pace, creating situations that can confound companies. The Future of Privacy Forum offers tips for ed-tech businesses.
Evan Marwell, the CEO of EducationSuperHighway, says advances in the speed and reach of broadband in schools are opening doors for schools to use more ed-tech products.
Senior Vice President Britten Follett describes her company’s ability to reach schools and libraries—and what it wants in return from potential business partners who want to tap into its networks.
The founder and CEO of edWeb.net shares her insights about what it takes to put on winning webinars for educators.