Guest Post: Six Awesome NYC Mobile Learning Tech Startups

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Today’s guest blogger, Jillian Terry, is a former teacher who writes about education-related topics. She is especially interested in how technology is shaping the future of education. You can read more from Jillian at The recent rise in mobile Continue reading

Pearson Opens Up Wealth of Education Content to App Developers

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Educational publisher Pearson has viagraonline-4betterlife now opened up its library of image and classic titles to app viagra online developers, offering a wealth of images and content to be used for educational apps and services. Via its API program Plug Continue reading

Better Apps Helps Dedicated Education Developers Stand Out


There are over 70,000 apps described as “educational” in the iTunes app store alone. Developers hoping to distinguish themselves in this competitive space are looking for a way to validate and improve their apps. A new service called Better Apps Continue reading

Duck Duck Moose Secures $7 Million for Apps for Kids

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Duck Duck Moose today announced they secured $7 million in Series A funding from Sequoia Capital and Lightspeed Venture Partners, along with Stanford University. The San Francisco-based startup creates educational mobile apps for children and has released fourteen apps to date. Founded Continue reading

Chicago Strike Highlights Debate Around Teacher Evaluations


You’ve probably heard by now that teachers from the third-largest school district in the U.S. are on strike. Yesterday, Chicago teachers left work to go on strike after negotiations broke down. They are putting their foot down even after receiving Continue reading

Connecting Apps and Education [Infographic]


We at Technapex are huge fans of educational apps (check out our 50 apps for lifelong learners post), and we’re pleased to report that the numbers of students jumping on the app train continue to grow. Today we’re featuring an infographic on Continue reading

KinderTown: Editor’s Choice for Educational Apps


Educational startup KinderTown wants to be on the New York Times Bestseller List of educational apps. With the launch of KinderSights, a research utility that offers a series of monthly reports based on data gathered about the thriving market, the Continue reading