Curriculum directors are looking at ed-tech usage data as part of their decisionmaking about which products will help with instruction, and which need to be jettisoned.
In this week’s dealmaking news, Quizlet, a free study app, raised $20 million in new funding. Also, EMC School, a provider of digital and blended language learning solutions, acquired digital programs producer Zulama.
A Colorado school system is looking for a management system to track visitors, and Connecticut district wants help with a search for a superintendent.
India’s rapid economic growth has fueled increasing demand for private education, but education companies often struggle to find a sufficiently big, stable market.
An EdWeek Market Brief webinar on Feb. 21 will take an in-depth at K-12 systems’ demands for curriculum and instruction customized to student needs and interests.
Senior Vice President Britten Follett describes her company’s ability to reach schools and libraries—and what it wants in return from potential business partners who want to tap into its networks.
Parkway School District, Mo., wants a malware and virus detector, and Washington County Public Schools, Md., will buy digital textbooks in two math courses. Jersey City Public Schools seeks professional development for teachers using Google Classroom.
California is one of more than 20 states to file suit to stop the Federal Communication Commission’s order, calling it “arbitrary, capricious, and an abuse of discretion.”
The U.S. Department of Education is seeking an outside, nonprofit organization to help it support and build the #GoOpen Network.
The massive, $1.5 trillion tax overhaul is prompting some companies to invest in new products while others are acting more cautiously.