Open Up Resources, a nonprofit led by a former Pearson executive, has fashioned a business model it hopes will help it go after district RFPs.
Great Minds, an organization that has created open education resources for EngageNY, is arguing in court that FedEx is profiting from copying those materials for schools and needs to offer compensation for doing so.
Early childhood education app donated itself to Khan Academy, while Canadian online tutoring platform GradeSlam raised $1.6 million.
A site launched by the Learning Accelerator is meant to offer concrete examples of different K-12 models for using personalized and blended learning in classrooms.
The growing popularity of open educational resources is one of several trends company officials should expect to see during the 2016-17 school year, a new survey suggests.
A leading organization representing the ed-tech industry says the U.S. Department of Education’s #GoOpen campaign is misleading K-12 officials, but the agency says it is simply trying to inform educators about how to select and use open educational resources.
Amazon Inspire’s launch late this summer will benefit teachers with free lesson plans and materials, but what does it mean for ed tech when it centralizes software, too?
EngageNY, the online resource created by the state of New York, has been downloaded an estimate 45 milion times, and it now draws more than 18,000 daily users.
A pair of state officials talk about how the federal Go Open campaign has changed what they’re demanding from content providers.
The acquisition of OpenEd is billed as giving the testing organization greater ability to tailor academic content to students’ needs, based on assessment of their abilities.