Knewton, SchoolMint and NuuEd announced completion of funding rounds; ed-tech accelerator Imagine K-12 merged with the Y Combinator fund.
A new partnership between U.S. and China-based education companies, and deals by Weld North and Learn Launch were among the recent highlights in the K-12 marketplace.
Three major investors in ed-tech said companies looking for investment capital should focus on addressing unmet needs in schools.
The new site, tes.com, will allow U.S. educators to share and sell resources they create, through an online forum.
A national meeting sponsored by Digital Promise will focus on how people in specific cities or regions are pooling their talents and resources to improve schools.
Thousands are gathering for ISTE 2015 in Philadelphia to learn about the latest in educational technology, and how to get the most out of it.
The National School Foundation Association will offer a certification program for pre-K through grade 12 foundations, which organizers say will be the first of its kind in the United States.
Superintendent Mark Edwards asked investors for $2 million to open an ed-tech innovation center in Mooresvile, N.C. where companies could test their products.
The Portland, Ore.-based company provides open educational resources for about 50 high-enrollment subjects on college campuses, with plans to expand that number to 75.
Tim Kelly, who is credited with leading the society’s transition into digital media, is helping to launch a game-based learning platform, according to an SEC filing.