Shipments of personal computer worldwide dropped for the fifth consecutive quarter, the longest sustained declined in history, while U.S. education PC shipments remained steady.
Johns Hopkins University has added an “Online Educational Leadership Institute” to its offerings for leaders of education companies and organizations, it was announced today.
As many as half of the nation’s children who regularly attend early-childhood programs do so in for-profit environments, an author estimates.
Blackboard plans to give K-12 schools access to a platform to create “MOOCs,” while Amplify will launch its first MOOC, focused on AP Computer Science.
A federal judge has ruled that Apple conspired to fix e-book prices. The company vows to appeal the decision.
A Philadelphia nonprofit is staging a camp to encourage female students to enter math- and science-related fields, one of many such efforts around the country.
TPG Capital is acquiring TSL Education Ltd., a company that owns the Times Educational Supplement, TES Connect and ShareMyLesson, an AFT platform for teachers who want to share lessons and information online.
A new program by McGraw-Hill uses software that attempts to personalize study plans for adult learners preparing for the GED and other high school equivalency tests.
Teaching more students computer coding as part of their K-12 education is gaining traction in public schools.
Of the $3.2 billion that public school teachers spent on educational products last school year, they covered $1.6 billion of those costs personally, a survey finds.