Google Chromebooks have made continued gains in the U.S. market, but Microsoft could be poised for success in the international education over the next year, predicts Futuresource Consulting.
Don’t overrate the superintendent when evaluating who has the biggest influence on curriculum purchases.
The goal of the project, which is worth $3.67 million if both phases are funded, is to help schools make evidence-based decisions about ed-tech.
The State Educational Technology Directors Association has launched an online tool to help ed-tech companies, states, and districts learn about digital instructional material procurement.
The indictment hinges on $23 million in no-bid contracts awarded by Barbara Byrd-Bennett, former Chicago schools CEO, to SUPES Academy and Synesi Associates.
Seattle public schools have agreed to make their ed-tech accessible to the blind community in what could be a landmark agreement for K-12 schools.
The nation’s second-largest district is poised to settle a dispute with Apple and Lenovo stemming from the system’s problematic 1:1 technology rollout.
The AIR will be a primary option for companies vetting their products through the Jefferson Education Accelerator.
The rising popularity of Chromebooks is driving down the prices that schools pay for devices, with the $200 to $299 category commanding the biggest segment.
Smarter Balanced will review the validity of test results from three states that experienced disruptions on their tests last year.