Shipments of personal computer worldwide dropped for the fifth consecutive quarter, the longest sustained declined in history, while U.S. education PC shipments remained steady.
Revenues from the purchase of mobile devices in Latin America will more than quadruple by 2017, with heavy demand coming from schools, an analysis says.
A division of publishing giant Pearson has agreed to a $75 million settlement of a lawsuit that had accused the company of price-fixing e-books.
Pearson made 15 acquisitions and investments during 2012, making it the most active education company in that area, according to a report by CB Insights.
A Brazilian state government has floated an education RFP worth hundreds of millions of dollars, drawing interest from companies in the United States and elsewhere.
Akhtar Badshah talked about Microsoft’s YouthSpark program and how technology is changing education in the U.S.
In a country faced with devastating monsoons and the effects of climate change, an architect is building solar-powered floating schools for rural children.
Michigan State study finds groups of students with similar socioeconomic backgrounds from public and private schools perform roughly the same on assessments.
Marjorie Scardino, the chief executive officer of the giant education company since 1997, will be succeeded by John Fallon on Jan. 1.
Due to dwindling U.S. school budgets, Promethean World sees 22 percent drop in revenue for first half of 2012.