Amplify Insight, formerly known as Wireless Generation, has won a $12 million contract from a common-core testing consortium to develop a digital library.
The for-profit online education provider has tentatively settled a lawsuit alleging the company misled investors, and other claims in the suit were dismissed.
A survey of district technology officials reveals that demand for tablets, and effective wireless technology is likely to grow.
School district technology officials say their demand for wireless networks and tablet computing devices will rise over the next three years, a new survey shows.
The market for education software and digital products grew by more than 3.5 percent and now stands at $7.7 billion, new research shows.
In partnership with ETS, the company will develop an open-source system for collecting and analyzing results from common assessments in 25 states.
Recent moves clarifying what Common Core-adapted materials will look like shed light on how curriculum and test companies must respond.
An education consultant believes states with the potential to perform poorly on common assessments are good targets for education companies.
Amplify will offer assessment software, data analysis, a tablet education platform, and new curriculum, in effort to provide comprehensive education services to schools.
David Coleman, a lead writer and supporter of the Common Core State Standards, is named president of the standardized testing giant.