New Mexico officials have set a June 18 deadline to receive arguments in a protest filed by the American Institutes for Research over a major contract for common-core testing.
The Securities and Exchange Commission charged the operators with defrauding investors in a $37.5 million bond offering for school construction by failing to disclose conflicts of interest.
School districts are eyeing major upgrades to their broadband speeds through the federal E-rate program, according to an analysis by Funds for Learning, a consulting group.
A state judge in has blocked the award of a major PARCC contract to Pearson until an appeal by a rival testing contractor can be heard.
More than 60,000 educators in the state will have access to the system for professional development.
The American Institutes for Research, an organization that provides testing services, has filed a lawsuit in New Mexico state court to try to halt the awarding of a major contract to a rival, Pearson.
Eight companies are making 10 new device packages available with Windows 8.1 as many districts across the U.S. prepare for next year’s common core tests.
Reed Hastings, a Netflix co-founder, charter school backer, and former California state board of education president, says local school board politics stifle innovation.
Weld North, an investment company led by former Kaplan CEO Jonathan Grayer, recently announced two major acquisitions of ed-tech companies, Imagine Learning and Truenorthlogic.
An examination of applications for the federal E-rate program shows big disparities in the amounts that school districts pay for connectivity to the Internet.