Companies that make it to $100 million in revenue in the K-12 marketplace have ed-tech products that fit easily into the existing workflow of classrooms.
Universities will create two ed-tech tools with $2.8 million in grant funding from the Institute of Education Science.
Modo Labs, a mobile-engagement platform, took in $10 million in a funding round, and Yellowdig, which provides software-as-a-service–a growing area of interest for K-12 districts–received $1 million from SRI Capital.
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K-12 education finance leaders met with executives from companies in the “edfintech” arena to talk about how analysis of spending and educational data can improve equity and student outcomes.
Teachers believe science instruction can be improved by integrating the subject with other academic areas, and encouraging in-depth, independent learning, a report by the NewSchools Venture Fund says.
Schoold, a provider of a college and career planning app, received additional funding while private equity firm Quad-C acquired an early education services provider.
After more than a year of contraction, American PC shipments grew in the second quarter of 2016 following a slowdown in domestic K-12 market growth.
Nevada officials announced that the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium will provide $1.8 million in credits as a result of delays and login problems that riddled the exam last year.
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