Private equity firm Thoma Bravo has acquired Instructure, developer of the popular Canvas Learning Management System.
The DoDEA seeks a virtual high school licenses. A New Mexico district wants a literacy program, and Buffalo schools seeks a substitute management system.
The Education Technology Joint Powers Authority, in operation for only a year, has attracted widespread interest from school districts and vendors alike.
Instructure CEO and board member Dan Goldsmith said he will step down from both positions as the company has reached a tentative agreement to be acquired by Thoma Bravo.
An ed-tech administrator offers insights about the kind of support districts need from companies, and how K-12 officials share information about products via social media.
The Austin school system is looking for an instructional assessment and learning management software for its career and technical education program.
Deloitte named its 500 fastest-growing tech companies in North America. Thirty-nine of them touch the world of education in ways big or small.
An Arizona school system wants to adopt textbooks for advanced high school math courses, and a California K-12 purchasing cooperative is seeking a student information system.
The Miami-Dade school district is buying learning management and student information system, and a major district in Minnesota needs a web design and content management solution.
Instructure, which owns the widely used learning management system Canvas, says it is considering putting itself up for sale, or going private.