Internal emails suggest virtual education company may have had teachers sign class rosters of students they did not teach to skirt reporting requirements.
The popular learning management website will now give teachers more opportunities to share lessons and interact with students.
A new special report from a Portland, Maine newspaper suggests online education companies are having a major influence on state education policy.
Voters will decide whether to expand a math-tutoring program currently used in low-performing schools through a Harvard-affiliated turnaround initiative.
Gregory Taylor, who heads the group overseeing Mark Zuckerberg’s $100 million challenge grant, discusses how the money is being spent and high-stakes philanthropy.
Pa. charter schools end contracts with operators and Indiana and Missouri school districts look to retain per-student funding.
Register for the Aug. 21 webinar on how school districts are managing the costs and use of digital course materials and new computing devices.
Recent moves clarifying what Common Core-adapted materials will look like shed light on how curriculum and test companies must respond.
Knowmia, founder by former Flip Video co-founder and supported by renowned incubator Y Combinator, will take on video lessons and sharing.
An education consultant believes states with the potential to perform poorly on common assessments are good targets for education companies.