In Idaho, voters are deciding whether to uphold a suite of controversial and far-reaching measures passed by the state legislature last year.
The state education department terminated the contract with Infinity Software Development, after the company filed a lawsuit charging that the department violated the terms of the agreement.
The creator of the “Star Wars” movies expresses his intention to funnel the majority of the proceeds of the $4.05 billion sale of Lucasfilm into education philanthropy.
In a country faced with devastating monsoons and the effects of climate change, an architect is building solar-powered floating schools for rural children.
The state doesn’t allow charter schools, but new law will give district-run schools greater autonomy.
The education technology industry’s largest startup incubator holds a “demo day” for companies to pitch to funders.
Schools, already purchasing iPads in record numbers, could opt for more affordable version, though competing devices are still less expensive.
Software company led by former Blackboard co-founder will use funds to provide intelligence on college-admissions process.
Pennsylvania is attempting to change rules on how charter schools are evaluated, which could be a violation of federal education law.
Up to $80 million from Zuckerberg donation could pay for merit-based teacher bonuses in new tentative contract.