In This Two-Minute Tip, EdWeek Market Brief Senior Editor Sean Cavanagh talks about the common mistakes education companies make in trying crack the Chinese market, and how they can overcome them.
EdWeek Market Brief moderated three sessions at the recent ASU/GSV summit, all of them captured on video: on open educational resources; the Chinese education market, and the role of Amazon, Apple, Google, and Microsoft in U.S. schools.
Europe’s sweeping data-privacy law has slapped new requirements on ed-tech companies–and on the schools in the European Union that they serve–to safeguard student information.
The massive ed-tech conference is playing out in the shadow of political upheaval over Brexit, Britain’s uncertain path toward abandoning the European Union.
A growing interest in artificial intelligence in the United States and internationally is outlined in a new report and seems likely to influence education in the future.
BYJU’s CEO Byju Raveendran said the company will be making its first-ever attempts to bring its tech-delivered product to the United States and Britain.
Rising incomes and a demand for English-language skill is fueling Brazil’s private education market, according to a new report by L.E.K. Consulting.
In the latest dealmaking news: Chinese ed-tech company TAL Education Group has acquired CodeMonkey, VIPKid has partnered with Scholastic, and Accelerate Learning and BBC Learning have forged a partnership around STEM curriculum.
Girls Who Code expands to its first international market. Education companies Kinvolved, Photomath, Yuanfudao, Edves, and Kukua raise money in funding rounds.
James Burnett spent years doing professional development in the U.S. before selling his first product here. Now his company is working in all 50 states and 14 countries.