Edgenuity has unveiled Edgenuity MyPath, a program designed to offer supplemental math and reading instruction for students in grades 6-12.
Hooda Math has updated its free timed math tests to work on any Internet-connected device.
Hatch, a provider of early learning technology, has launched the Hatch Display 55-inch high-definition touchscreen and the Hatch Interactive Whiteboard, both designed specifically for the classroom.
Digital Learning Now has released the 2013 Digital Learning Report Card, which grades K-12 education policy in each of the 50 states against the group's 10 Elements of High Quality Digital Learning. This year only two states, Utah and Florida, received As, while 14 states received Fs and another 13 received Ds.
Sylvan Learning has launched SylvanPlay, a network of educational games for children in grades 1 through 4. The games are available for iOS and Android mobile devices.
Right on the heels of a $40 million investment from Google, Renaissance Learning is being bought out for more than $1 billion.
The Vermont Agency of Education has created the Vermont Professional Learning Network to help educators throughout the state implement Common Core State Standards.
James H. Shelton III has been formally confirmed as deputy secretary of education for the United States Department of Education.
Open source video platform Kaltura has released a new video app for Instructure's Canvas learning management system.
For this year's test, the site currently hosts hundreds of questions and more than 200 videos. For students taking the new SAT starting in 2016, Khan Academy said it will create thousands of practice problems and instructional videos that will be available in the spring of 2015.
- By Christopher Piehler