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Schools are turning to online courses to protect district revenues, build blended learning curricula, and prepare students to succeed in a digital world.
Common-core standards and assessments and healthier local and state budgets are fueling spending by K-12 schools in the multibillion-dollar market for educational technology.
A series of nascent efforts in schools and districts is underway to help administrators take a more discerning approach when purchasing products and services
Companies trying to sell ed-tech products to school districts often face significant barriers, including arcane purchasing systems and difficulty reaching decision makers
Online instructional content remains the largest slice of the growing educational technology market, even in a challenging economic climate for K-12 school districts.
Dozens of applicants are competing to be part of a new crop of charter-like public schools to replace failing district schools.
The Republican governors of Oklahoma and South Carolina signed legislation in recent days that requires their states to develop new standards to replace the common core.