Education Funding Partners, a for-profit company that facilitates school sponsorships and advertisements, aims to help cash-strapped school districts generate revenue.
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Web company looking to change how people learn computer languages will work to expand globally and into the classroom.
Low interest rates and high returns are drawing investors to buy charter school bonds, but experts say results aren’t guaranteed.
In a recent licensing deal with an online college, McGraw-Hill will be paid based on student performance, an arrangement some K-12 officials have advocated for but remains rare.
Comments from private sector, education technology community suggest changes, clarifications to U.S. Department of Education’s new $400 million competition for school districts.
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As the company prepares to make its education division an independent company, McGraw-Hill names Lloyd Waterhouse the division’s new CEO.
Former President George W. Bush’s director of educational technology is to run the digital learning campaign for Jeb Bush’s education policy organization.
With publishing industry changing, stakeholders debate how free content and new products will determine its future.