Eighty-eight percent of districts offered students some form of credit recovery, much of it delivered online.
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September 14, 2015
August 25, 2015
A vendor blamed for recent disruptions in online assessments will pay financial penalties, under an agreement with Nevada's state Attorney General.
August 10, 2015
McGraw-Hill Education's recent departure from the world of state testing underscores both the rewards and risks for vendors operating in that high-stakes space.
August 03, 2015
Minnesota will receive $1 million in fees from Pearson and up to $4.7 million in additional services and support, as part of a settlement.
June 19, 2015
A group of teachers in California's virtual schools says a major, commercial online provider is not meeting standards for quality.
May 01, 2015
Results of a new, nationwide survey show that nearly 60 percent of high schoolers are using their own mobile devices in school.
February 18, 2015
California, Texas and Florida are among the states that are ceding more authority to districts in choosing their own instructional materials, the Association of American Publishers reports.
October 10, 2014
The Data Recognition Corporation is protesting a South Carolina award to the ACT company to conduct grade 3-11 tests, a contract potentially worth $58 million.
October 03, 2014
An Education Week review of federally funded, common-core testing contracts shows McGraw-Hill/CTB, Pearson, and ETS winning the biggest deals.
August 29, 2014
An internal review says the Los Angeles Unifed school system's bidding process for a $1 billion tech project may have given an advantage to certain vendors.