EdWeek Market Brief takes an inside look at how a South Carolina district is spending on revamped internet connectivity, and the implications for ed-tech vendors.
A former U.S. Department of Education official and one-time president of McGraw-Hill are involved in a special purpose acquisition company looking to snap up education businesses for a public offering.
Imagine Learning’s senior vice president and general manager of products offers a look at how the company developed a reading and math intervention tool.
Presence Learning, which delivers teletherapy and software to K-12 special education and mental health providers, has acquired a virtual school teletherapy provider, Global Teletherapy.
Across the country, school districts are plowing their share of federal stimulus aid into ambitious projects meant to counter problems brought on by the pandemic.
A school system in Texas has issued an RFP for a virtual learning system and curriculum development, while a district in Arizona will issue a contract for enrichment courses.
One of the largest K-12 digital curriculum providers in the U.S. is rebranding itself using the name of one of its most well-known products: Imagine Learning.
Leaders of the Association of School Business Officials International lay out what they’re seeing from school districts as they figure out how to spend money from the American Rescue Plan.
The decision to stop its English tutoring service in China is a response to the Chinese government’s crackdown on for-profit tutoring.
The Aurora Institute identified several initiatives that national policymakers can take to close the homework gap as remote learning continues to be prominent in the K-12 space.