Company officials talk about when it’s time to end a product, what metrics they should use to make the decision, and when to consider alternatives.
The FTC is reviewing whether technology that analyzes the geometry of a user’s face to confirm that they are an adult can be used to comply with children’s online privacy laws.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey asked district and school leaders about whether classroom educators can start using tech tools without central office sign-off.
An official from the International Trade Administration talks about the agency’s work guiding education organizations navigating unfamiliar international markets.
In this Two Minute Tip, Dana Bryson, senior vice president of social impact at Study.com, talks about why ed-tech companies need to invest in building evidence for their products.
A technology consultant discusses the advantages companies have when including this position – and what happens when companies don’t.
A new online tool launched by the Consortium for School Networking allows users to crunch data on internet access, demographics, and public health.
Leaders of education companies spoke to EdWeek Market Brief about the internal and external sources of inspiration that help their organizations.
EdWeek Market Brief spoke to a technology M&A adviser about the landscape of ed-tech deals and the factors that will continue to shape the market.
The transaction, which pairs a provider of student information systems with a communication platform, is expected to close in the third quarter of 2023.