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.
Can one contract meet all the needs of school districts and their ed-tech providers? That’s the premise behind a new contract launched by the Silicon Valley Education Foundation and several districts.
Over the years, LearnLaunch’s Across Boundaries conference has engendered conversations on everything from STEM learning to augmented reality. The 2017 conference in Boston is coming up.
When technology and curriculum leaders collaborate closely, as they do in the Sunnyside school district, they present a united front that companies must understand in order to meet a district’s needs,