State restrictions on curriculum, private school expansion, and efforts to recruit and retain teachers are top of mind for district officials.
The CEO of ETS, Amit Sevak, sees opportunities for innovation in the new demands schools and society have for tests.
Ed-tech funding in European markets has fallen over the last year, although not as much as some other regions around the globe.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey asks K-12 officials which company outreach strategies at big education events leave a lasting impression.
Organizations across the K-12 market are investing time in field tests and research that will help them better support marginalized communities.
Record-high state tax revenues last year have made way for increased education spending in governors’ proposed budgets for the upcoming fiscal year.
EdWeek Market Brief spoke to industry officials and educators about the implications of tools like ChatGPT and their potential to improve or complicate the work of schools.
South Carolina has given all of the state’s school districts access to a consortium meant to create uniform ed-tech standards, including for protecting student data.
An omnibus spending measure signed into law by President Biden supports the launch of a new research program modeled on a renowned defense program known as DARPA.
Crushed by staffing shortages and a need to help novice teachers, districts are asking companies to make adjustments to the structure and framing of professional development.