Now, the Silicon Valley-based non-profit Khan Academy offers millions of students online instruction. But, in the future, could it also provide a new kind of credential?
LinkedIn co-founder and investor Reid Hoffman wants upgrade the college diploma, but he’s not the only one thinking of new ways to approach credentialing.
Shmoop, a digital publisher of educational content founded by a Silicon Valley power couple, has raised a round of funding led by Formation 8.
Kaplan’s TechStars-powered ed tech accelerator held its first demo day and showcased startups rethinking online credentialing, retooling literacy learning and improving career readiness.
Online education startup Udacity says it’s partnering with a group of leading technology companies to better prepare students for work in the 21st century.
A year after raising $80 million in its first round of venture capital, Canadian ed tech company Desire2Learn has made its third acquisition in nine months.
Cable network AMC is teaming up with education technology company Instructure and the University of California at Irvine for a massive open online course based on the popular television series The Walking Dead.
In the latest critique of massive open online courses (MOOCs), the professor of an online course held up as an example by the media and MOOC providers has decided to shutter his class.
A new survey from Inside Higher Ed contrasts professors’ perceptions of online education with the media’s portrayal.
NoRedInk, a San Francisco startup founded by a former high school English teacher, has raised $2 million in a round led by Google Ventures.