A Colorado school system is looking for a management system to track visitors, and Connecticut district wants help with a search for a superintendent.
India’s rapid economic growth has fueled increasing demand for private education, but education companies often struggle to find a sufficiently big, stable market.
School administrators and teachers cited a need for more robust data tools, as well as a need for more of the technology that is already a fixture in some districts.
The chief information officer for the Cincinnati public schools talks about the lessons companies can learn from the district’s development of a mobile learning app.
Ed-tech businesses including LearnPlatform and TeacherGaming raised funds. Also, education management solutions provider ASSIST and Brainly announced acquisitions.
Indiana’s Department of Education seeks a statewide English-language learner database, while districts in Colorado and Texas want software for school operations.
A district technology leader attending the FETC conference this week explains how he chooses among Apple, Google, Microsoft, and Amazon products.
Google’s Chromebooks still dominate the U.S. market, and Microsoft’s new changes seem aimed at trying to answer and one-up its rival.
Tennessee’s education department wants a database to track special education compliance, while a Maryland system wants backup software and Maine is looking for learning centers.
BoomWriter Media Inc., a collaboration tool for the crowdsourcing of writing content in schools and colleges, has closed a new round of funding worth $4.1 million.