EDU STAR proposal would create technology to rapidly conduct independent evaluations of ed-tech products and share that information with schools.
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Middle schools can use new Techbooks for free, as part of the League of Innovative Schools' efforts to increase purchasing power.
The State Educational Technology Directors Association makes several recommendations for how schools should make the transition.
Weld North buys Editure and JBHM Education Group with plans to form national consulting group for professional development and school improvement.
The school fired four of its top management officials earlier this week.
The software company is focusing the majority of its cash contributions on working to close the "opportunity gap" for youths around the world.
Approaches to education entrepreneurship vary widely, but options and resources are becoming more available, experts say.
In the decentralized, regulated world of education, the decision of where to start a company can be complicated and fosters different viewpoints among entrepreneurial organizations.
New channel extends coverage of education marketplace and new approaches to schooling that are changing K-12 education.
At TechCrunch conference, the former New York City schools chancellor talks about bringing technology into education to empower teachers and engage students.
Internal emails suggest virtual education company may have had teachers sign class rosters of students they did not teach to skirt reporting requirements.
The popular learning management website will now give teachers more opportunities to share lessons and interact with students.
A new special report from a Portland, Maine newspaper suggests online education companies are having a major influence on state education policy.