After a school board banned Art Spiegelman’s critically acclaimed graphic novel, Maus, it shot to the top of bestseller lists.
Teachers have asked TikTok, Facebook, and Twitter to help curb the spread of viral challenges and misinformation that have put educator safety at risk.
E-books saved libraries during the pandemic, but the economics could cause some long-term problems.
The next wave of online education is live learning.
Chegg is on track to make $800m this year by solving students’ problems.
Sports media startup Overtime is starting a basketball league that will pay top 16- to 18-year-old b-ball players a minimum of $100k a year.
Coursera is going public. Here’s what that means for the future of higher ed.
College is not cheap in the US. In total, Americans owe $1.7T in debt. College Cash is trying to change that.
Harvard Business School is writing up new case studies on pharma, cruise ships, and other business challenges during COVID.
After raising a recent $55m round, ApplyBoard’s CEO talks about the startup's roadmap and his thoughts on the future of education.
About ⅓ of public school districts depend on private buses -- but the industry is veering toward disaster.
Before Zoom, we had phone classrooms.
Big Tech, academia, and the federal government could collaborate on AI efforts.
Project Thor wants to smash the digital divide to smithereens.
Our small business of the week, Knack, is letting campuses try out its platform for free, and user engagement is on the rise.