An online associate’s degree program jointly managed by a private Ohio college and a San Francisco startup has been discontinued after accreditors raised questions about its business structure.
More states have adopted the “benefit corporation status” that lets a company pursue social good even at the expense of financial gains without risk of being sued by investors.
A new survey looks at mobile technology adoption in K-12 schools and the key hurdles for educators.
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has spent $472 million on higher education but, according to a report, it’s accumulating critics along with its influence.
A consortium of schools including the Big 10 universities is reportedly questioning partnerships with private ed tech companies and considering creating their own online education network.
Despite increased innovation in education technology, a new report from the non-profit Center for American Progress shows that U.S. schools are not doing enough to take advantage of digital tools.
Boston-based LearnLaunchX, one of several new accelerators for ed tech startups, has announced the members of its inaugural class.
As interest in massive open online courses (MOOCs) expands around the world, overseas startups like Berlin-based iversity want to take on American MOOC providers Coursera, edX and Udacity.
In an age of declining budgets and disappearing arts programs, technnology could help make music education more feasible — a hackathon hosted by Spotify and the New York City Department of Education is an early step.
Knewton, an education technology startup, has signed a deal with publisher Houghton Mifflin Harcourt to bring its adaptive learning technology to millions of K-12 students.