Microsoft is acquiring DataSense, a data integration platform developed by the company Brightbytes.
Europe’s sweeping data-privacy law has slapped new requirements on ed-tech companies–and on the schools in the European Union that they serve–to safeguard student information.
The superintendent of the Compton Unified School District has overseen a digital shift there, in part through partnerships with ed-tech companies.
New forms of online Instruction, data analysis, and great classroom resources are attracting attention. See what else venture capitalists are eyeing for K-12 investments.
States have approved a wave of K-12 data privacy laws over the past few years, but few of those policies outline specific penalties for companies.
The chief academic officer of a 13,000-student district says he weighs vendor-produced research as he investigates whether a digital product or service is right for students.
The vast majority of ed-tech licenses are not used “intensively” by districts, according to a new analysis sponsored by the company Brightbytes.
District leaders are not nearly as hungry for data on product performance as they are for student achievement data, our exclusive survey of district leaders shows.
The ability to analyze data and set sales and marketing strategies in the digital age are in high demand as the pace of change in the K-12 market quickens.
The major ed-tech association has launched a hub that offers reviews of ed-tech products based on their ability to engage students and other criteria.