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PCS Edventures Inc. Discusses EBIDTA Positive Q3

PCS Edventures, Inc. released its 10-Q for FY2015 Q3 on February 11th, 2015. The results were a $18,184.77 EBIDTA positive quarter for the company that has made large investments in market development as well as product development over the past 18 months. The positive results come in a quarter that is typically a down quarter for the company due to the drop in traditional K12 domestic sales during the Oct-Dec holiday season. Read More »

Jenzabar Launches Consulting Division for Continuing Education

Jenzabar®, Inc.announced a new strategic services and consulting division for continuing education and workforce development. Jenzabar Continuing Education (CE) Strategic Services consist of a group of higher education experts who help institutions stay competitive, become efficient, and grow CE programs into modern, successful profit centers. Read More »

PeopleAdmin and Netchemia Combine

With this transaction, PeopleAdmin expands its suite of talent management solutions that help organizations improve operational efficiency, minimize risk, and organize the entire talent management lifecycle, so educational institutions can focus on what they do best—hiring and developing top talent to improve student outcomes. The combined company will be named PeopleAdmin. Read More »

Renaissance Learning Acquires UClass

While Renaissance helps teachers identify what skills students know and what they're ready to learn next, UClass makes districts' existing resources easily accessible for instruction. With UClass incorporated into the Renaissance platform, teachers will be able to match students' progress on state standards with content from the school district's entire curriculum catalog to best fit each teaching moment. Read More »

SETDA Now Accepting Applications for Emerging Private Sector Partners Program

The State Educational Technology Directors Association will begin accepting applications for the third cohort of startups seeking to join SETDA's year long Emerging Private Sector Partnership Program (EPSP). The EPSP is a public-private partnership program tailored specifically for companies new to the U.S. K-12 education and technology market. Read More »

Frontline Technologies Acquires CRS Advanced Technology,

Frontline Technologies announced that it has acquired CRS Advanced Technology, the provider of the SubFinder substitute placement system. CRS launched in 1987with the creation of SubFinder, an automated "sub-calling" system allowing school districts to log teacher absences and schedule substitute teachers over the phone. In 1998, Frontline Technologies launched Aesop, its own substitute scheduling system, but the first to incorporate both the phone and internet. Read More »

Education Corporation of America Purchases Kaplan College Campuses

Education Corporation of America (ECA), which operates private, accredited colleges across the U.S., has reached an agreement with Kaplan Higher Education to acquire its 38 Kaplan College Campuses in an all-stock transaction that will give Kaplan a preferred equity interest in ECA. Financial terms are not being disclosed. Read More »

Alma Acquires Always Prepped

Alma, an ed tech company offering a holistic student engagement platform, announced the acquisition of Always Prepped, Inc., a K-12 data integration company based in Chevy Chase, Maryland. The move gives Alma deeper expertise in data analytics and enables the company to unlock additional insights for educators at both the class and administrative levels. Read More »

Listen Current Announces $950,000 in Seed Funding,

Listen Current, an edtech company which curates the best of public radio to keep teaching connected to the real world and build student listening skills at the same time, announced today it has raised a $950,000 seed round from a mix of angels and institutional investors, led by Launchpad Venture Group, the largest angel investment group in the Northeast. Read More »

LocknCharge Tips for Successful Device Rollouts

At TCEA K-12 mobile device management specialist LocknCharge's CEO, James Symons, shared answers to questions about how and why K-12 schools should roll out mobile devices together with storage and charging products. Symons, who will be in the LocknCharge booth #1935, explained the advantages of this strategy. Read More »