The United Arab Emirates is a relatively small country with a huge private school market, and a number of vendors are making their mark.
Experts say there is a significant gap between the type of assessments needed to align to the Next Generation Science standards and what is available in the marketplace.
CEOs of some of the fastest-growing K-12 companies explain why they shared financials to get on the Inc. 5000 list, along with tips to manage accelerated growth.
There’s a strong demand in the adult education market for small, “micro” doses of content that engage learners, and are connected to their job-training goals.
With more computing devices and ed-tech tools flowing into K-12 classrooms, teachers need increased training in how to make them meaningful in instruction, but vendors face challenges in funding.
California has granted school districts more autonomy over spending and curriculum, a shift that carries implications for companies trying to do business in the state.
District leaders who want to know how much other school systems pay for instructional products can now find more answers online than ever.
The ed-tech company Clever’s use of “badges” to help students log in to software was born during a hackathon. But the process of improving and refining the concept didn’t end there.
Canadian school officials tend to have strikingly different views of assessment, data use, and other education policies than their U.S. counterparts.
The 2017 Inc. 5000 Europe list includes 29 education-related businesses from 12 nations, with many providing English instruction, special education support and digital services.