EdWeek Market Brief Associate Editor Michele Molnar, who was instrumental in launching the publication, succumbed to cancer.
A new report, supported by the National Science Foundation, looks at questions surrounding AI and privacy, bias, and transparency.
The research and policy organization, which evaluates social-emotional learning programs and products for evidence, has released new criteria for making those evaluations.
As it looks to drive innovation, Roblox will retain 28-year-old Imbellus CEO Rebecca Kantar, who last year was named one of Forbes’ 30 rising entrepreneurs in education under 30.
Frontline Education, a provider of K-12 administrative software, has acquired SuccessEd, which tracks compliance and services offered to students in special education.
In this opinion piece, Cognitive ToyBox Partnerships Manager Nikki Navta describes lessons her company has learned from the COVID experiences of two districts it’s worked with closely.
The publicly traded company will change its name next month to better reflect its “continued growth” outside of K-12, after acquiring two career-based learning platforms.
Pearson has launched a new direct-to-consumer division, which will be co-led with former top officials from Shutterfly.
While just 15 of 99 cyberattacks recorded over a four-year period targeted ed-tech vendors, those breaches had an especially destructive impact, the GAO found.
An Illinois charter school management company recently resolved allegations that it rigged bidding processes for E-Rate contracts it awarded for hot spots and internet connectivity.