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On the Web, even a teacher can become a little bit rich and famous.
By carefully logging students’ every action online, a company called Knewton says, it can personalize questions and lessons to help people learn faster. Skeptics say that’s not proven.
Pearson is the world’s largest book publisher. Now it wants to be a one-stop shop for digital education.
High schools, grammar schools, and kindergartens are a large and growing market for Apple’s iPad.
Startup companies offering knockoff textbooks are attracting students, and lawsuits.
How can you tell if an online student has done the work? That’s where webcam proctoring comes in.
How a teacher in El Salvador became an advocate of massive open online courses, and why hardly anyone listens to him yet.
The Minerva Project aims to create a high-status online university. Instead, it may be the sign of a venture-capital bubble in online education.
An amateur teacher who rocketed to fame on the Internet tells us how he’ll take his free video tutorials to the next level.
Experts in artificial intelligence are leaving academia to bring online learning to the world. But their most radical ideas are still on hold.