HMH CEO Jack Lynch and NWEA CEO Chris Minnich talk about their plans to merge the two companies and the implications for curriculum and assessment.
Education giant Houghton Mifflin Harcourt will acquire prominent K-12 assessment provider NWEA, in a pairing of two of the biggest brands in K-12 education.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey asks K-12 officials which kinds of tech products have become easier to use with improved internet connectivity.
Historic declines in national reading and math scores will need to inspire new approaches to academic recovery, according to education company officials.
Superintendents are looking for tools or technology that help them make better use of data, according to a new survey from the Data Quality Campaign.
A major testing provider has reached a settlement in a years-long dispute in which it had accused a former partner of copying one of its assessment products.
A-Street’s investment includes $100 million in newly issued shares, as well as $50 million in equity purchased from the nonprofit Great Minds organization,
The Virginia Department of Education is looking for academic consulting, while a district in Mississippi seeks student assessment software.
Interim testing will be the focus of new product reviews by EdReports and the National Center for the Improvement of Educational Assessment.
A district in Illinois is looking for professional learning consulting while a system in Texas seeks master teacher initiative analytics.