Mobile devices, cloud computing, data systems, and virtual laboratories will grow in popularity in the next few years, a report says.
Teachers are largely influenced by recommendations from their colleagues, and the demands of academic standards, in their buying decisions, an analysis concludes.
A division of publishing giant Pearson has agreed to a $75 million settlement of a lawsuit that had accused the company of price-fixing e-books.
The Association of Educational Publishers and the Association of American Publishers have announced that they will join forces.
The speakers at the ASU/GSV Advisors summit include executives from top education publishers, investors, startup founders, and federal policymakers.
As states implement common core standards, new markets are opening for education materials, according to panelists at a software and industry association gathering.
A set of “publishers’ criteria” aim to help publishers and buyers of high school math materials judge whether products adhere to the Common Core standards.
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.
Deal will unify Barnes & Noble’s tablet and college e-textbook division and integrate those products with Microsoft Windows, setting up possible K-12 implications.