Twelve Years Later: What’s Really Changed in the K-12 Sector? (Part 1)

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At the time, Wireless Generation was expanding from its roots in K-3 reading assessment into new areas: intervention, professional development, and data systems. acquired Wireless Generation in 2010, then made ambitious bets on devices, curriculum, and games. We focused on the essential needs of the market—curriculum, assessment, and intervention—which aligned with our core competencies and interests.

Curriculum Associates Featured on Inc. Magazine’s 37th Annual List of America’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies

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With a focus on reading and mathematics, the company offers an integrated print and digital solution for K–12 diagnostic assessment and instruction, making blended learning a reality in the classroom. NEW YORK, August 15, 2018— Inc.

The Business of Education Technology

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But it appears that the massive growth that the sector has experienced since 2010 stopped this year. In part, their struggles are a result of controversies surrounding the Common Core State Standards, which were supposed to streamline and procurement the development of curriculum and assessment. The College Board also boasted about its partnership with Khan Academy, which would make SAT test prep materials freely available online.