A new survey shows educators use social networks like Facebook and Twitter, but there is evidence they may prefer networks designed specifically for them.
After the McGraw-Hill Cos. sold its education division to a private equity firm, there are serious questions about its future.
Developing products based on teachers’ experiences and preferences would help improve academic performance, which would likely influence district-level purchasing decisions, experts say.
The state’s board of education approved 45 course providers to participate in unprecedented Course Choice program, four days after a judge ruled it unconstitutional.
In partnership with ETS, the company will develop an open-source system for collecting and analyzing results from common assessments in 25 states.
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.