Wonder Workshop, a creator of robots designed to teach kids of all ages creative problem solving, coding, and robotics, has closed a Series C funding round and associated financing of $41 million.
“Woz U” will include K-12 programs focused on STEM and exposing students to digital engineering concepts.
On Nov. 17 at 11 a.m. ET, EdWeek Market Brief will host a webinar looking at keys for school vendors trying to find resellers and partners in foreign markets.
Student licenses for popular math and literacy products are being used more than they were two years ago, with better results, according to Lea(r)n.
Student enrollment on online foreign-language study has jumped over the most recent years, according to data from the Evergreen Education Group.
Tech training company Galvanize has raised $7 million in a funding round led by ABS Capital Partners and University Ventures, and Canadian publisher Nelson has forged yet another education-focused partnership.
Kevin Chavous has been named president of academics, poilcy, and schools at K12 Inc., a company with a presence in virtual education and other areas.
State legislatures have placed a huge emphasis so far in 2017 on improving the PD and leadership skills of K-12 superintendents and principals.
The Injini program, which describes itself as Africa’s first ed-tech incubator, is trying to support businesses that can have a transformative effect on learning across the the continent.
A VR platform simulating hands-on surgical training has won the top prize in the U.S. Department of Education’s EdSim Challenge.