The giant education company Pearson will weave littleBits products into a science curriculum serving grades 3-8.
California and New Jersey lead the country in solar energy usage in schools, and K-12 solar installations across the U.S. have nearly doubled in three years.
A VR platform simulating hands-on surgical training has won the top prize in the U.S. Department of Education’s EdSim Challenge.
Dallas wants a teacher evaluation system redesign. A Colorado district is looking for substitute management software, and a Louisiana district is seeking academic intervention and supplemental science software.
An analysis by CB Insights highlights up-and-coming ed-tech companies based in the U.S., as well as Britain, Spain, India, and Hong Kong.
A study of 37 curriculum decision makers in 20 states found that educators want products for science and social studies that fit with inquiry-based learning.
Stanford University’s Candace Thille says education companies can design products that capitalize on learning science in order to create personalized learning environments.
K-12 systems have more flexibility to spend federal Title I dollars than they might think, and vendors should understand what’s possible.
With 92 million people, an economic growth rate of 6.5 percent, and a high regard for education, Vietnam is among the fastest-growing economies in Southeast Asia.
An examination of a database housing more than 76,000 academic journals reveals the most heavily studied topics in science and math education, providing valuable context for companies.