As school districts pivot back into in-person learning, as they try to emerge from COVID, they need to adopt clear strategies to support students and teachers, writes Sara Potler LaHayne.
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, a giant in the education sphere, is selling its book publishing business and forming a new platform team to focus on digital-first delivery.
A bill introduced by Sens. Ben Ray Lujan, D-N.M., and Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., proposes expanding the eligibility of the federal E-Rate program to cover the use of Wi-Fi on buses.
There are several key questions about what kinds of technologies are eligible for funding under a new, $7 billion program overseen by the FCC to improve students at-home internet access.
Teaching Strategies, a major early childhood education provider, has snapped up organizations focused on SEL and literacy, while Renaissance acquired an early literacy company of its own.
The number of published solicitations in K-12 in 2020 dropped the lowest in almost a decade, but the education sector is poised to return to pre-pandemic levels, according to GovWin from Deltek.
The online literacy provider Newsela has raised $100 million in new funding and achieved unicorn status, and has set its sights on “replacing the textbook,” its CEO says.
A new federal stimulus legislation includes $7 billion in spending on K-12 broadband, aid that could lead to new district investments in technology and connectivity.
Schools need to provide supports and critical wraparound services if students’ social-emotional needs are going to be met in the COVID era, says Sarah Potler LaHayne, the CEO of Move This World.
International private schools have boomed in recent years, and new research suggests they’re reliant on courses of study like the Cambridge curriculum and other U.S.- and U.K.-based models.