Comments from private sector, education technology community suggest changes, clarifications to U.S. Department of Education’s new $400 million competition for school districts.
Looking for examples of innovative school district leaders for an upcoming Education Week special report.
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.
Two local school districts have joined the North Carolina Board of Education in a fight to keep a digital charter school from opening.
The former New York City and Miami schools chief goes back to public education after stint as consultant and technology company president.
A recent article suggests the term is overused, dangerously so, in business. Is the same true for education?
Despite Romney’s attacks on Obama, some experts believe their policies have much in common.
News Corp. is member of education task force for controversial group, but education software company it owns is listed on agenda.