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.
The Business Roundtable is staging a competition meant to financially support the expansion of “high-performing” K-12 programs.
Amplify Insight, formerly known as Wireless Generation, has won a $12 million contract from a common-core testing consortium to develop a digital library.
The foundation is increasing its investment in the parent-oriented school-rating website GreatSchools, to expand the reviews offered online.
The 660,000-student Los Angeles Unified School District has released a request for proposal for a technology effort that could cost up to $500 million.
Bill Gates closed the education program at the South by Southwest conference in Austin, Texas, with remarks on the state of educational technology.
Two dozen education startups showcased their digital products in some fast-paced pitch sessions as part of the LAUNCHedu competition at South by Southwest (SXSWedu).