Quarantines will remain a reality throughout the school year in many parts of the country, as the Delta variant persists. For education businesses, it’s another opportunity to prove their value.
Eight companies joined HolonIQ’s list of global ed-tech unicorns over the summer, with companies that work in tutoring, skills, and corporate learning making their mark.
A school district in New York is seeking family and community mobilization services to support student success while a system in Texas is in the market for personalized learning.
EdWeek Market Brief surveyed district officials about which specific academic programs and student supports are harmed the most by the “homework gap,” or lack of at-home connectivity.
For many educators, the path from the classroom to the corporate world can be daunting. Former teachers and company officials say they’ve learned important lessons about how businesses can make the transition easier.
School districts in Georgia are seeking virtual college admission essay writing and external grant evaluator services for a magnet assistance program.
The largest school district in Maryland is looking for a student assessment and data analytics platform while a North Carolina district is purchasing student assignment software.
Two months after McGraw Hill announced it was being acquired by Platinum Equity, the education giant has entered into an agreement to acquire digital content provider Achieve3000.
A school district in New Jersey wants professional services for student support while Mesa Public Schools in Arizona is adopting an English language arts core curriculum for grades 6-8.
Businesses are rebranding products and bracing for impacts of a new regulation in China that severely clamps down on all for-profit tutoring in the country.