A school district in Tacoma, Wash., is looking for a social-emotional health curriculum for grades K-5, and the state of Delaware has selected eight vendors to provide materials aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards.
Education companies can partner with educational entities to apply for federal funds aimed at boosting STEM and computer science education in K-12 schools.
A pair of researchers who have studied virtual reality offer advice to K-12 product developer on the technology’s potential — and pitfalls to avoid.
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.