NovoEd, a provider of massive, open, online courses, has unveiled a series of online offerings focused on entrepreneurship, which could be of use to those focused on the K-12 market.
The Software & Information Industry Association is looking for promising ed tech companies for its latest Innovation Incubator competition.
Cash-strapped schools get funds from Fortune 500 corporate sponsors in deals brokered by Education Funding Partners Inc.
Online schools in Florida, Kansas, Pennsylvania, and Tennessee face enrollment challenges as the result of new legislation, recruitment troubles, and increased competition.
An RFP for curricula will be released Sept. 1 by the National Joint Powers Alliance, a cooperative that counts about 10,000 schools among its members.
Providers of supplemental education services in eight districts in the Golden State are likely to lose revenues now that an NCLB waiver has been granted.
Teachers are shrewd consumers who are more likely than the average buyer to research products online before making a purchase, a survey finds.
The Incubator School in Los Angeles is almost ready to open for public school 6th and 7th graders who will learn about entrepreneurship.
Many supplemental education service firms that provide tutors under NCLB are scrambling to find new streams of income, or have closed, since waivers.
A major education company and publisher, Pearson, is set to partner with startup incubator 1776 in hopes to stimulate innovation in education.