K-12 organizations, at the urging of school districts, are re-examining their academic resources and practices to determine whether they’re promoting racial equity and inclusion.
Using AI technology, a British university and Pearson hope to create a globally standardized scoring system for assessing students learning English.
An Arizona high school district needs English language development textbook adoptions, while the Clark County, Nev., district wants Investment management services.
In the latest issue of K-12 Dealmaking, Asia remains especially active, and a Denver-based tech firm receives an investment that will aid education workforce development.
Language-learning platform Duolingo has raised $10 million, adding to its over $1.5 billion valuation, and South African and Kuwaiti startups received investments as well.
A new grant authorized by the Every Student Succeeds Act will be weighted heavily toward benefiting economically disadvantaged students, which could alter purchasing choices of funding recipients.
A math tutoring company acquires an AI-based startup, two Indian ed-tech startups secure a combined $7.6 million in new investments, and an Irish company secures $6.5 million in a Series A round.
Many startups — in India, the United States, and other markets — are still reaping investments despite the chaos caused by COVID-19.
As districts face the issue of providing an equitable education to all students, our research shows how vendors can play an important role in that mission.
Advocacy groups and testing organizations urged the U.S. Department of Education to place an emphasis on equity in making awards through its innovative-assessment program.