On Twitter, well-known pundit Diane Ravitch, education department’s Justin Hamilton, and their followers debate the role of private providers of public education.
David Coleman, a lead writer and supporter of the Common Core State Standards, is named president of the standardized testing giant.
The Department of Justice suit alleging collusion to fix e-book prices will continue.
Arizona and Michigan governors take very different approaches toward virtual education.
In Sunday’s broadcast, the television show examines the controversy surrounding the followers of Fethullah Gulen, and their wide network of STEM-focused schools.
In new Education Week report, the new sources of money behind major education advocacy efforts go under the microscope.
Education publishing giant undergoes voluntary bankruptcy process, vows layoffs, disruption to customers will be avoided.
“I do think there’s a time where Pearson won’t be known for textbooks or instructional programs at all,” says Peter Cohen.
Fiscal year 2012 third quarter earnings report for virtual schools provider is released.
As parent company News Corp. deals with scandal, Wireless Generation looks to bolster in-house content offerings in advance of Common Core.