Texas schools are in need of career and technical education products and services, as well as math and reading programs. A district in New York is in the market for a system that will allow educators to manage students’ devices.
Companies have already brought artificial intelligence into education products focused on student well-being, math instruction, personalized academic pathways, and even building maintenance.
The two organizations have created a MAP Accelerator platform that will be piloted with 150,000 students in math for the 2019-20 school year.
This new online tool about STEM education can help companies pinpoint where there might be opportunities to offer their products and services across the U.S..
Kahoot! has acquired two companies in one week, while Labster raised $21 million in a Series B round, Scholastic purchased a major stake in Make Believe Ideas in the U.K., College Board and MetaMetrics announced a partnership, and Wah Fu Education Group raised nearly $6 million in an IPO.
CEOs from Newsela, Curriculum Associates and Flocabulary by Nearpod are among those who explain how they focus on smart recruitment and hiring to build and strengthen their businesses.
The Buffalo, N.Y., district is seeking an online mathematics intervention program, and the Florida Virtual School needs virtual therapy services for its students.
Schools in Latin America’s most populous country are likely to have an increased demand for STEM materials, English-language instruction, and resources that align with new national education standards in the years ahead.
The goal is to take studies that have shown high evidence of impact in one setting and see if those findings can be replicated under different circumstances.
Byju’s, an India-based company that has attracted a torrent of venture capital, is poised to sell its mobile learning app to U.S. parents, and potentially schools.