By Sean Cavanagh (Edweek).
The longtime assessment organization ACT has made another business deal in its latest effort to broaden its focus from testing to becoming a provider of “learning, measurement, and navigation” services.
The nonprofit announced Thursday it is acquiring Knovation, a company that works on curating content and finding standards-aligned resources for school districts, among other goals.
It was the latest in a series of acquisitions and investments made by ACT over the past few years.
The others have included deals to snap up OpenEd, a resource library of videos and other content; and investments in ProExam, an assessment and credentialing provider, and in New Markets Venture Partners, an education-focused investment fund. Read the original article