The ed-tech sector has a key role to play in helping K-12 schools implement personalized-learning models, but big gaps remain between what schools need and what vendors are offering.
Parents are hungry for testing information, but school districts and vendors need to do much more to help families interpret assessments, an executive from a top testing organization says.
The director of a new innovation center at the University of Pennsylvania offers advice for education companies based on his experiences as a senior executive at Microsoft and Pearson.
The CEO of a digital learning games company talks about her efforts to build a system that creates better data and a common vocabulary to measure the effectiveness of games.
What will K-12 look like as the school year unfolds and beyond? A Futuresource Consulting market analyst outlines 10 key trends to watch based on its research.
The K-12 analytics and assessment company Renaissance already has a presence in 60 countries. New CEO Daniel Hamburger sees room for the company to expand globally.
The U.S. Department of Education’s Small Business Innovation Research program provides grants to early-stage ed-tech companies.
A VC leader discovers that most of the ed-tech startups her company invests in have white males as founders. She’s seeking to change that.
The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative wants to make personalized learning investments in products that will help teachers engage students and meet their individual needs, says Jim Shelton, who is helping guide the organization’s efforts.
Well-known marketing expert Nancy Harhut uses research on human behavior to develop strategies for improving company outreach, engagement, and sales.