Let’s Talk Edtech: Today’s Top News

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Welcome to your Thursday edition of “Let’s Talk Edtech!” Each day on Technapex, we’ll be assembling and posting the top edtech news of the week to keep you in the loop of all things education and technology related. Have a Continue reading

Tweetables: Weekly Edtech News Fit to Tweet


Technapex presents “Tweetables,” our roundup of the week’s top #edtech articles that are good enough to tweet. Follow us on Twitter: @Technapex Khan Academy to Focus on Common Core Math with Private Grant @KhanAcademy receives $2.2M private grant to align Continue reading

McGraw-Hill Education Launches Suite of Adaptive Learning Products


Adding to the success of its LearnSmart program, McGraw-Hill Education announced Tuesday at the International Consumer Electronics Show the creation of an array of adaptive learning tools for college students. The products — which together with LearnSmart, compose the LearnSmart Continue reading

Testive Raises $500K Seed Round of Funding

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We recently wrote about Testive CEO, Miro Kazakoff, and his opinions on the traps and opportunities in edtech. Testive recently announced they have just secured a $500K seed funding round from several angel investors in Boston. Testive helps students prepare Continue reading

Forbes Asserts Education Innovation is Being Shaped Right Now

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The November 19th issue of Forbes features Salman Khan, founder of Khan Academy, on the cover. Michael Noer’s article delves into the evolving world of education and explores how Salman Khan built a successful nonprofit that reaches over 10 million Continue reading

Digital Textbooks Could Save Schools Up to $3 Billion a Year

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It might sound counter intuitive, but placing a digital tablet in every American student’s hands will actually save public schools $3 billion per year. AllThingsD’s Peter Kafka reported on an education gathering last week hosted by the FCC and the Continue reading