Kno, a digital textbook developer popular among college students, begins its move into the K-12 market with app for parents.
Deal, which will integrate digital learning tools into McGraw-Hill content, continues Key’s transition from print to digital.
Lawsuit claims district is withholding student records and misleading parents on state-appointed management company’s takeover of a low-performing high school.
In the third quarter of financial 2012, the education market purchased twice as many iPads as Macs, as the company reported record sales to schools.
Due to dwindling U.S. school budgets, Promethean World sees 22 percent drop in revenue for first half of 2012.
Much of staff could be laid off as classroom magazine is consolidated into Scholastic, which purchased the publication in February.
In fiscal year 2012 earnings report, Scholastic revenue is up 14 percent, though education-related sectors growing at smaller rate.
Amplify will offer assessment software, data analysis, a tablet education platform, and new curriculum, in effort to provide comprehensive education services to schools.
Report from investment banking firm on mergers and acquisitions shows number of deals in education are up, but value of transactions is down.
Report from National Education Policy Center questions academic performance of company’s virtual schools, adds to fiery debate.