Wonder Workshop, a creator of robots designed to teach kids of all ages creative problem solving, coding, and robotics, has closed a Series C funding round and associated financing of $41 million.
More than 60 percent of parents of K-12 students report getting notes or e-mails about their students, newly released federal data show.
The Long Beach, Calif., school system has put out an RFP seeking a teacher-planning software program for educators in its 85 schools.
The infusion of funds will allow the Beijing-based English language provider to continue to grow and add teaching Mandarin to its services, the company says.
Indiana is looking to build a statewide English-language learner database, and Colorado wants ad early literacy assessment tool for grades K-3. Hawaii seeks a professional development and an evaluation system.
Districts from Los Angeles, Calif. to Hoboken, N.J. and Cleveland, Miss. need instructional services, materials and programs for their students.
The Council of the Great City Schools has organized 11 districts in an effort to jointly buy instructional materials for English-language learners, with an initial focus on math resources.
With 92 million people, an economic growth rate of 6.5 percent, and a high regard for education, Vietnam is among the fastest-growing economies in Southeast Asia.
A stop in two classrooms to watch students work with ed-tech product Listenwise proved it’s important for entrepreneurs to stay close to their customers.
Small school districts are banding together into “clusters” to pump up their purchasing power, establish faster buying decisions, and provide useful feedback to education companies.