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How did Pearson succeed in the U.S. higher-education publishing market?
The London-based company is one of the biggest textbook publishers in the country.
The community college administrator dealing with COVID-19 disruption at work and at home
The disruption of education over the past few weeks affects every member of Derrick Lindstrom's family.
Amazon hoping to put e-books in NY schools
The Department of Education values the deal at about $30 million in the first three years.
Rural schools pay more than double for slow internet
A new report says some schools pay thousands to give students a barely usable connection.
Bridging the edtech gap from Oyler School to home
Students without devices or broadband access at home can fall behind.
Video: If you give a kid a laptop
...she's going to ask how to use it. An animated look at the digital classroom.
Giving every kid a computer and a connection
Video: How technology can transform a school and its students.
Proposed legislation would protect student data
A new bill aims to restrict how companies use personal info in education technology.
Confusion over computers in the classroom
LAUSD wants its money back for iPads loaded with Pearson software that is sub-par.
How to improve education for juvenile offenders
An interview with juvenile justice advocate David Domenici.