Age of Learning, Inc., says that the complaints raised about its marketing and billing practices were addressed by the company years ago.
Thirty-seven percent of education companies surveyed by EdWeek Market Brief said they’ve approved salary cuts during the pandemic, a higher portion than implemented layoffs or furloughs of workers.
Leaders of education companies can use meaningful weekend routines to disconnect from work and prepare mentally for the time ahead, writes CEO Sara Potler LaHayne.
Cambium Learning Group announced the acquisition of language learning powerhouse Rosetta Stone, and the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative is backing an Indian ed-tech startup.
International private schools have become a vibrant market for education companies in recent years, and in one key region, the Middle East, their enrollment has declined during the pandemic, a new report finds.
The coronavirus has created barriers for ed-tech providers, but it has also fueled new opportunities in early childhood education, say Nikki Navta and Tammy Kwan, of Cognitive ToyBox.
Pearson names Andy Bird, who turned Walt Disney International into a digital-first business focused on the diverse needs of consumers around the world, as its presumptive CEO.
Schools presented a scant amount of new academic material during COVID-19, according to a survey of educators, who nonetheless see a need for more technology-infused learning going forward.
As districts rely on remote learning during COVID-19, students’ technology use needs to be “intentional and meaningful,” says Sara Potler LaHayne, the founder and CEO of Move This World.
Digital collaboration and online privacy tools are critical in driving K-12 innovation, including during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, says an organization representing district technology officers.