A Chicago firm announced a major investment in custom content provider XanEdu, and the Chinese investor Tencent leads a $15 million fundraising round in an India-based learning platform.
New York State recently updated regulations governing how districts protect student data, and ed-tech vendors in the state will be affected, too.
As we start a new decade, EdWeek Market Brief checked in with two ed-tech CEOs to learn what they think the future holds for the industry as it serves K-12 schools.
Venture capitalists around the world invested 14 times more in ed tech in 2019 than they did in 2010, according to a report released Tuesday by education research firm HolonIQ.
In K-12 dealmaking news, K12 Inc. has acquired Galvanize, a technology training company, while an education recruitment company in the U.K. has acquired a similar business.
Brexit will motivate the United Kingdom to forge closer ties with global partners in the area of ed tech, the country’s science minister recently predicted.
The mobile learning app Byju’s continues to attract investor attention, even as the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, one of its most prominent backers, sold off some of its share in the company.
Ed-tech startup accelerator LearnLaunch will feature EdWeek Market Brief experts at its conference Jan. 30 and 31 in Boston, and is also accepting applications for its accelerator program.
These 5 podcasts on startups, pitching, scaling, and building businesses will give you plenty of ideas for the new year, says Listenwise CEO Monica Brady-Myerov.
North America accounted for 52 percent of the $4.2 billion school furniture market in 2018, according to a report from Grand View Research.