New York state is looking for a management system focused on childhood nutrition, and New Jersey has chosen the UChicago Impact to develop an elementary literacy tool.
Companies that recognize teachers’ desire to go through professional development led by their own colleagues stand to gain in the market, an exclusive survey suggests.
Ed-tech businesses interested in opportunities within the U.K. should not be deterred by the recent Brexit vote, says Ian Fordham, CEO of Edtech UK.
Schools spend a lot of money on teacher PD, often with little impact. What do we, as vendors and startups, need to do to attract new PD business?
The largest school district in the country is giving vendors an opportunity to share their plans for improving the Big Apple’s professional development for academic intervention services. Missouri’s statewide education agency announced that it would hang onto its incumbent test-writing vendor.
Leaders of the International Society for Technology in Education are launching the organization’s first-ever effort to raise revenue through licensing fees tied to companies’ use of the organization’s digital standards, the group’s chief executive officer says.
The sweeping new federal education law calls for ongoing, personalized, and collaborative professional development options, which will put pressure on districts, and K-12 providers.
Massachusetts officials have hired an organization to develop reports that can help local school systems allocate resources wisely.
Missouri is looking to revamp its agricultural curriculum, to address what department of education officials say is a vital piece of the state’s economy.
A top official for Edgenuity testified that his company paid Alabama House Speaker Mike Hubbard $7,500 a month as a consultant to help it make connections in other states.