Education Week will be offering new and analysis from the ASU/GSV Education Innovation Summit, a conference focued on entrpreneurship and business, being held April 15-17 in Arizona.
As states implement common core standards, new markets are opening for education materials, according to panelists at a software and industry association gathering.
A set of “publishers’ criteria” aim to help publishers and buyers of high school math materials judge whether products adhere to the Common Core standards.
California Gov. Jerry Brown wants to use hundreds of millions of dollars from a recent referendum to overhaul schools’ energy efficiency, but the legislature has doubts.
Lee Wilson, a consultant to education publishers, argues that publishing companies are more innovative, teacher-friendly, and better for taxpayers than critics acknowledge.
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and Facebook are inviting developers to build prototypes for apps supporting college attendance, social learning, and out-of-school study.
The leader of a national school digital education organization offers tips for bridging the longstanding divide between district chief financial officers and chief technology officers.
The passage of House Bill 5 may have had strong support in the Texas House of Representatives, but business groups in Texas hold divergent opinions on what the legislation could mean for the state’s business community.
Arizona officials are considering an unusual program to tie a portion of schools’ state funding to their performance on the state’s A-F grading system.
A major software trade association says the recent, severe economic downturn may be a “tipping point” for the adoption of open education resources.