The publicly traded company will change its name next month to better reflect its “continued growth” outside of K-12, after acquiring two career-based learning platforms.
A Maryland district is looking for mental health screening services, and a New Mexico system is looking for professional development for college and career readiness.
Massachusetts seeks support of school, district, and state education department’s sustainable improvement efforts, while the Austin, Texas schools want to set up fine arts and creative learning partnerships.
New York State wants to continue developing computer-based and paper-based testing in three subjects, while Puyallup, Wash. schoos are in the market for career and technical education equipment.
The Virginia Beach City Schools want bids on social-emotional books for K-8 students, while Wyoming needs virtual learning PD for educators. Idaho seeks a student data management information and accountability system for adult education.
Pearson names Andy Bird, who turned Walt Disney International into a digital-first business focused on the diverse needs of consumers around the world, as its presumptive CEO.
Two Texas districts are adding to their approved vendor lists, and the Des Moines system is looking for virtual science investigation interactives for grades 6-8.
The interim CEO of the ACT talks about the company’s recent acquisitions and what’s ahead for the major provider of assessment and other services.
In the latest issue of K-12 Dealmaking, Asia remains especially active, and a Denver-based tech firm receives an investment that will aid education workforce development.
A recent report from the American Council on Education describes recent studies and initiatives related to blockchain’s applicability to education.