In the last decade, the higher education publishing industry increasingly has inched its way into becoming a more digital enterprise.
With the passage in March of a third COVID-19 relief bill, an unprecedented flow of money is coming to U.S. K-12 schools.
School technology leaders increasingly report that they have infrastructure in place and student devices deployed, but they are still working on ways to use that technology to improve classroom instruction.
Some of the largest technology companies in the U.S. in April are touting new products and partnerships as they compete to supply technology to K-12 classrooms.
The total base of installed base of desktops, laptops, and Chromebooks in K-12 classrooms increased 13.3% from 2014 to 2016 with the growth driven by a steep increase in the number of Chromebooks.
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Citing data from NPD, Apple said the iPad had a 55% share of the U.S. tablet market, up from a 46% share one year ago. Also, the company produced eight of the 10 best-selling tablets.
The appetite worldwide for tablet computers, as tracked by International Data Corp., shows a declining market with unit shipments for full year 2016 down 15.6% from 2015—the second straight year of decreasing shipments. Slate tablets - tablets without a dedicated keyboard - continue to decline in sales.
Given the limited budgetary resources of many public districts and schools, it has been speculated that increased spending for classroom hardware may be depressing spending on traditional instructional materials.
From Electronic Education Report, Sept. 12, 2014
MobyMax (Potomac, MD) introduced the $59 Moby Tablet this summer and CEO Glynn Willett told EER the company cannot supply enough to meet the market demand.
Willett described the Moby device as a complete education tablet that comes loaded with MobyMax’s online K-8 curriculum for math, reading, writing, language and literature. The tablet features a seven-inch screen and has teacher control features to avoid student distraction.
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