The “big three” educational publisher sells it educational properties to Apollo Global Management for $2.5 billion, in yet another landmark move in the industry.
Students are turning away from expensive for-profit colleges, a trend that could add new fuel to the debate over companies in the K-12 sector.
The team of two from Oregon has filed a lawsuit against the foundation for refusing to pay scholarship winnings from a 2010 competition.
Knewton, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, and an 11-state correctional facility education group join to put remediation software in correctional settings.
Educational materials wholesaler hires chief technology officer of printing and communications company to boost its software business.
The unusual public-private partnership to create a low-cost tablet computing device aims to eventually equip all students in the country with such devices.
A new report from Project Information Literacy suggests that concern for the competency of the digital generation extends into the workplace.
Just two days after voters returned President Barack Obama to the White House for a second term, the administration awarded nearly $150 million in i3 grants to 20 school districts and nonprofit organizations.
Sweeping education changes passed by the state legislature are voted down overwhelmingly.
In Idaho, voters are deciding whether to uphold a suite of controversial and far-reaching measures passed by the state legislature last year.