2014 was a very important year for the K-12 education market, and big changes lie ahead in 2015. As Education Week states, “big political and economic forces, from the planning and implementation of common-core standards and tests to the continued surge of private investment into the school market, shaped the development of ed-tech products and services, as well as district demands. Key decisions in state and district policy and purchasing, meanwhile, helped define which companies are poised to control the market in the near term, and perhaps for years to come.”


Read the full article here: Hot Topics in the K-12 Market in 2014, and What’s Ahead