The funding will be used to help Phoenix-based Schola hire additional employees and add capabilities to its school choice online marketplace.
HMH CEO Jack Lynch and NWEA CEO Chris Minnich talk about their plans to merge the two companies and the implications for curriculum and assessment.
Education giant Houghton Mifflin Harcourt will acquire prominent K-12 assessment provider NWEA, in a pairing of two of the biggest brands in K-12 education.
Follett School Solutions has acquired a global library management system provider that serves more than 4,000 customers in more than 45 countries.
Instructure is acquiring a company known for helping school districts analyze their usage of ed-tech products.
This is the Top Hat’s fifth acquisition and its first outside of publishing.
Promethean’s acquisition is part of a plan to provide rapid technology innovation to create new solutions that address teaching, learning, and collaboration needs.
Carnegie Learning is acquiring a virtual curriculum founded by Hollywood director James Cameron and his wife, Suzy Amis Cameron.
The two organizations share an interest in improving the use of research in ed tech, and making sure products are implemented effectively.
Classera, which offers a digital learning platform to students in the Middle East and Africa, said the funding is its first since being founded in 2011.