The for-profit online education provider has tentatively settled a lawsuit alleging the company misled investors, and other claims in the suit were dismissed.
A survey of district technology officials reveals that demand for tablets, and effective wireless technology is likely to grow.
The University of Michigan is now offering a class to develop entrepreneur skills among Teach for America members in Detroit.
State legislation in New Mexico would bar the state education department, as well as charter schools and public districts, from hiring private entities to manage schools.
The decision to award a $15 million, education-data-management contract to an out-of-state company has drawn a protest from a rival business.
There were 48 mergers and acquistions among education- and training-related technology companies in 2012, according to one recent analysis.
A top Democratic lawmaker proposes creating an advanced research center, modeled on the defense program known as DARPA, to promote advanced learning technologies.
President Obama, in his State of the Union speech to Congress, proposes a new program designed to modernize schools and pay for other infrastructure.
The Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation is partnering with a group of community colleges to promote entrepreneurship, and high-tech start-ups.
Pearson and the School Improvement Network have announced a partnership they say will expand schools’ access to online teacher professional development and other resources.