Instructure is acquiring a company known for helping school districts analyze their usage of ed-tech products.
The program aims to improve at-home, foundational learning, and is receiving support from the U.S. Agency for International Development.
This is the Top Hat’s fifth acquisition and its first outside of publishing.
Promethean’s acquisition is part of a plan to provide rapid technology innovation to create new solutions that address teaching, learning, and collaboration needs.
The online retailer is phasing out Amazon Academy, a program designed to prep students for an engineering exam in India.
Classera, which offers a digital learning platform to students in the Middle East and Africa, said the funding is its first since being founded in 2011.
ThinkWrite Technologies is one of many companies in the education market over the past few years that has been forced to find workarounds to manage upheaval in supply and demand.
The acquisition of BrainPOP is part of Kirkbi’s goal to become a “global force for learning through play, be it physically or digitally,” the company says.
A reseller who works with education companies navigating new, unfamiliar international markets talks about what his clients get right and wrong.
The long process to release 2021 data drew the attention of authorities in India, where Byju’s is based.