The study of how districts track spending for each school found that it is difficult to make “apples-to-apples” comparisons of expenditures among schools in a system.
An early childhood programs provider, a startup focused on college loan acquisition, and a company that helps schools monitor online activity all raised new funding.
The developer of online games and apps will pay $650,000 to settle a complaint of privacy violations brought by the FTC.
A recent survey by the Consortium for School Networking found that 40 percent of school district leaders said their systems offer one digital learning device per student.
Silver Lake, a technology investment firm, has acquired Weld North’s K-12 digital curriculum properties, including Edgenuity, Generation Ready and Imagine Learning.
States are likely to take a slow and cautious approach to applying to create “innovative” assessment pilots, and so vendors shouldn’t expect a windfall.
In this week’s dealmaking news, Amanat Holdings increased its stake in Taaleem Holdings, a provider of K-12 education in the United Arab Emirates, and Copenhagen-based Peergrade raised $1.5 million.
Our experts in the Jan. 11 webinar will cover data analytics, the convergence of curriculum and assessment, expansion of personalized learning, the early childhood education market, and more.
Data about homeschoolers, ranking of ed-tech tools, the end of “net neutrality,” and fast-growing companies generated a lot of interest this year.
K-12 communication platform provider Edlio acquired Scholantis, a Canadian provider of school district websites and digital portals. Also, CollegeVine and Really Good Stuff announced new partnerships.