Learn more about the K-12 trends and products that are attracting venture capital investment in this webinar on Feb. 22 at 2 p.m. EST.
The total number of transactions in education jumped by 9 percent from 2017 to 2018, and a number of foreign deals were among the biggest.
Tolerance for risk can fuel an education company’s growth, but leaders of those businesses also need to be disciplined and understand what the K-12 market is demanding.
New forms of online Instruction, data analysis, and great classroom resources are attracting attention. See what else venture capitalists are eyeing for K-12 investments.
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.
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.
The London-based education investment company Sandbox & Co. has acquired Constructive Media, a provider of educational games, and Wellspring International and Cornerstone have also made acquisitions.
Girls Who Code expands to its first international market. Education companies Kinvolved, Photomath, Yuanfudao, Edves, and Kukua raise money in funding rounds.
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt’s financial results were mixed for the third quarter, as the company expects a big curriculum adoption cycle to boost its performance in 2019.
The new program at the University of Southern California will have a big focus on nurturing minority- and female-owned ed-tech companies.