The global private school provider says it has invested $1 billion in its schools and personnel since fiscal year 2014.
Scientific Learning Corp., based in California, will acquire BrainMaps, a Chinese blended learning company.
An FCC commissioner critical of the agencies’ proposed memorandum of understanding blasts it as a “confusing, lackluster, reactionary afterthought” that will not safeguard the public.
Michael Lynton joins the Pearson board in the wake of the company announcing major job cuts to make it leaner and more competitive.
Google Chromebooks remain a dominant player in the U.S. school market, though their growth has slipped a bit recently, according to a new report by Futuresource Consulting.
The study showed that half of the time schools access ed-tech tools is for operational purposes (such as using online gradebooks) and for research and data gathering.
Private schools in the city see a growing need for U.S. standards-based curricula, said speakers at an event at the Embassy of the United Arab Emirates.
The Finnish co-founder of MinecraftEdu is taking lessons learned from that startup and applying them to dozens of popular online games for education.
Professional development platform BetterLesson and China-based English language learning company ALO7 raised funds.
California and New Jersey lead the country in solar energy usage in schools, and K-12 solar installations across the U.S. have nearly doubled in three years.