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.
A top U.S. government official on intellectual property talks about how education companies can take simple steps to evaluate their risks of having their IP stolen in markets such as China, Canada, Thailand, and South Korea.
Seven states recently took part in a major, extended-length online professional development course for teachers. The results dispel the notion that long-term online PD doesn’t work — and the findings have potentially big implications for schools and vendors.
Ken Koedinger, a professor of human-computer interaction at Carnegie Mellon University, talks about the challenges facing developers of adaptive-learning products.
Education companies should be arming themselves with information about how funding changes prompted by ESSA will impact their business.
Researchers on the cutting edge of adaptive-learning technologies point to five emerging trends that could shape classroom learning and product development.
Russell “Rusty” Greiff, the managing director of education ventures at the incubator and seed fund 1776, outlines how to make a smart ‘pivot’ to a new business model.