Texas districts are seeking a learning management system and an array of computer devices and software; and the Kansas City schools want help with an extended-learning program.
Leaders of the new venture capital firm Brighteye Ventures talk about what they want from companies, and what they see coming in the European ed-tech space.
Fairfax County Public Schools, Va., is looking for a post-secondary planning system for students, and Maryland seeks a platform to manage applications to a state-wide scholarship program. The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education, N.C, wants web-based core curriculum instruction with a focus on literacy.
Hawaii is looking for an LMS for the state’s online learning network, a Florida school system wants K-12 digital curricula. and a Texas district wants software and tools for machining courses.
The Department of Defense’s school system is looking for a K-5 literacy curriculum, and the Midlothian, Texas, system is planning to buy materials and software for career and technical education programs.
The San Bernardino, Calif., district is looking for career survey software to help students identify potential areas of interest, and the Madison, Wis., system wants to purchase IT support software.
There’s a strong demand in the adult education market for small, “micro” doses of content that engage learners, and are connected to their job-training goals.
A Mississippi school district is looking for language arts and math curricula, and a Tennessee county board of education has its sights on buying college- and career-readiness software.
Access to high-quality science, technology, engineering and math programs, like coding, from a young age will improve female participation in the technology field.
The 2017 Inc. 5000 Europe list includes 29 education-related businesses from 12 nations, with many providing English instruction, special education support and digital services.