The WA Government will be offering $16.7 million in grants towards startups, while $19 million will go towards STEM skills, according to the State Budget.
Australian edutech accelerator EduGrowth has announced the five startups that will be participating in its first full-time accelerator program.
RagTagd is a smart tag that can be attached to any school item like a uniform, lunch box or bag and can help detect those lost items once they’ve found their way into the school’s lost property. When a tagged item shows up in lost property the child’s parents receive an automatic text message to inform them that the item has been found.
The New Zealand Government has announced digital technology will be formally integrated into the school curriculum and also in Te Marautanga o Aotearoa, the national curriculum for Māori-medium.
Edrolo works with teachers to create curriculum-based video resources for senior high school students
Edrolo is a digital resource that helps teachers adopt technology in a meaningful way to boost engagement in the classroom.
Dropbox has today launched Dropbox Education, looking to provide the best solution to meet the needs of educators and faculty in schools and universities around the world.
ParentPaperwork is an example of why EduTech startups are so important to the local schools ecosystem
Education technology startup ParentPaperwork, founded by Melbourne-based Fiona Boyd and David Eedle last year, has today announced the launch of its platform’s School Forms module. This is set to expand ParentPaperwork so that it has a wide range of online forms scenarios in schools.
The days of parents simply helping kids with a maths problem or two during homework time are gone. With studies showing a direct correlation between parental involvement in learning and a child’s grades, parents are are increasingly expected to play a larger role in their child’s education. Today We Learned, a Perth-based startup, wants to make the process easier for parents.
The humble school newsletter is getting a digital makeover with the help of iNewsletter, a service created by two IT professionals who noticed a potential in Australia’s education market.