Market Brief surveyed 1,700 education business executives about the impact of COVID-19 on their companies, and how they expect it to affect them in the future.
Salesforce says its Work.com for Schools interface will help give K-12 schools data to help them reopen.
A summer camp counselor explains how the camp where he taught tennis this summer worked to keep its staff and campers safe.
Digital Promise announced that 22 more products qualified for its Research-Based Product Design certification, which signals to educators and parents that products meet certain quality criteria.
The social bond, repayable to investors over a 10-year period, will support learners using three of Pearson’s business lines.
A new analysis finds that the number of mergers and acquisitions in the education industry dipped during the first half of 2020 to at least a 30-month low.
Funding for U.S. ed-tech startups has revived in recent weeks, with two firms receiving notable infusions, and one major U.S. company completing a substantial acquisition.
Pearson was the unnamed education software company that federal prosecutors said was the victim of Chinese hackers, who last year targeted companies across several industries.
A subsidiary of Cogna — Brazil’s largest for-profit education company — has filed to go public, betting that it will can seize opportunities in the booming South American school market, and beyond.
Weld North Education has acquired social-emotional learning provider PurposePrep.