There were 48 mergers and acquistions among education- and training-related technology companies in 2012, according to one recent analysis.
A top Democratic lawmaker proposes creating an advanced research center, modeled on the defense program known as DARPA, to promote advanced learning technologies.
President Obama, in his State of the Union speech to Congress, proposes a new program designed to modernize schools and pay for other infrastructure.
The Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation is partnering with a group of community colleges to promote entrepreneurship, and high-tech start-ups.
Pearson and the School Improvement Network have announced a partnership they say will expand schools’ access to online teacher professional development and other resources.
The worldwide e-learning market is poised to grow by more than 20 percent over the next five years, according to one estimate.
Developers of games seeking to break into the K-12 market should produce short, focused products that can be used in a single classroom session, a report recommends.
Worries about admissions requirements and religious policy are among the greatest deterrants to private schools considering participating in voucher programs, a survey shows.
School district technology officials say their demand for wireless networks and tablet computing devices will rise over the next three years, a new survey shows.
Charters schools that received grants and loans through an organization called the Charter School Growth Fund produced strong learning gains, a nationwide study found.