Education leaders who will be recognized for their contributions to their districts share views that resonate for leaders in the business world, too.
Gov. Bobby Jindal's administration has questioned the awarding of small contracts by the state education agency; some see it as a fight related to common-core standards battles.
The ability to turn large amounts of raw data into useful information is increasingly important, but K-12 schools aren't teaching the required skills and knowledge adequately, a group of experts in the field say.
The multinational education company will work on redefining reading literacy, reviewing math and science, and a way to measure global competence, among other measures.
The ed-tech market grew to almost $8.4 billion last year, according to an analysis by the Software & Information Industry Association.
Judge Anthony J. Trenga ruled against plaintiffs who had claimed K12 Inc. leaders misled investors about the performance of the company.
The White House Office of Management and Budget is changing its rules so that federally funded contracts worth $150,000 or more will require school districts to negotiate profits with contractors.
The chairman and co-founder of Curriculum Associates is being inducted into the Educational Publishers Hall of Fame, a milestone in his decades of work in the field.
Rex Tillerson, the CEO of the massive oil-and-gas producer Exxon-Mobil, blasted public officials from his corporation's home state for opposing the common core.
Company officials and K-12 leaders have very different views of who wields the most influence over school district buying decisions, a study shows.