Weld North Education, the largest digital curriculum provider in the U.S., has expanded to offer science products by acquiring Twig Education, the companies announced.
Legislation introduced last month calls on the federal government, K-12 schools, and vendors to take a more structured approach toward cybersecurity and protecting student data.
A district in New Jersey is seeking a computer-adaptive English learner literacy program, while a district in Colorado issued an RFP for middle school science curriculum.
Richard Culatta, the CEO of ISTE and a top U.S. education official during the Obama administration, talks about his new book and how to build a more effective ed-tech ecosystem for schools.
EdWeek Market Brief talked with two tech-savvy students about where digital products meet their needs, and fall short.
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt is one of many companies across the K-12 market that has sought to create products to help districts address academic remediation for students who have fallen behind during COVID.
A task force assembled by Idaho’s Republican lieutenant governor has objected to the work of two well-known education companies, among a long list of materials.
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced more companies to consider how useful their classroom tech is to parents — not just teachers.
A district in Virginia is seeking consultation services to review its literacy program, while a district in Texas issued an RFP for a web-based social-emotional learning program.
GoGuardian has acquired Edulastic, and the Austrian tutoring startup GoStudent announced it received a $244 million investment with an eye on global expansion.