- In one signal of the growing importance of digital curriculum, Amplify is introducing a digital English language arts program for middle school.
- The package is $45 per student a year and allows teachers to track students' progress and give online feedback.
- McGraw-Hill is also expected to announce this week a partnership with StudySync.
With 1:1 programs on the rise and the government promising to wire more schools for high-speed Internet access, companies have identified a new and rapidly expanding market with digital curriculum. Of course, all of this costs money. In a bit of good news for schools, Adobe and Prezi have announced $400 million in software donations to educators.