The massive, $1.5 trillion tax overhaul is prompting some companies to invest in new products while others are acting more cautiously.
Schools and districts want equipment and curricula to modernize CTE programs to meet specific industry needs—while also preparing all students with a solid STEM foundation.
Data about homeschoolers, ranking of ed-tech tools, the end of “net neutrality,” and fast-growing companies generated a lot of interest this year.
Many education company leaders are constantly on the hunt for books with ideas that inspire them and help them lead. Here are 25 recommended reads from CEOs in the K-12 market.
Michael Lynton joins the Pearson board in the wake of the company announcing major job cuts to make it leaner and more competitive.
The Finnish co-founder of MinecraftEdu is taking lessons learned from that startup and applying them to dozens of popular online games for education.
After a recent decline in quarterly revenues, Scholastic Education overhauling its executive team and boosting its sales force.
Professional development, grant applications, strategic planning, and curriculum development top the priority list for district leaders seeking help from consultants, new survey shows.
A new service is providing market intelligence about more than 1 million tweets per day in the education sector, from who’s tweeting to what brands are getting attention.
When I started Listenwise, I was part of a business accelerator called Learn Launch. Its focus is to help education technology companies get their businesses off the ground. We had many classes and mentors who helped us understand the market. One thing stood out to me – the education market is seasonal. I thought this…