A new report gives the 20 most popular apps in school districts today, and makes the case for districts reining them in.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey of more than 400 education company employees finds that three-quarters of them want to want to work out of their offices.
What One of the Nation’s Biggest School Districts Looks for in New Digital Apps
A Los Angeles Unified School District Tech Leader Talks About Building a Cohesive Approval Process
The digital content coordinator for the Los Angeles Unified School District pulls back the curtain on how the school system approves and integrates new digital apps.
The Federal Trade Commission is seeking public input ahead of an October event focused on concerns about children’s ability to distinguish advertising content from entertainment.
What Kinds of Technology Are Districts Buying, and How Are They Paying for It?
An EdWeek Market Brief Survey Asks K-12 Officials About Spending on Devices, and the Funding Sources They Count On
An EdWeek Market Brief survey looks into how much districts are spending on difference types of devices the funding sources they count on.
Teachers’ tech skills may have improved after years of remote learning, but they’re looking for quality, not quantity, in the way these skills continue to be developed.
Users will have to manually export files before their accounts close at the end of September.
Breakthroughs in Education R&D: Making Product Development Inclusive
A Nonprofit Is Focused on Encouraging the Creation of the Next Generation of Classroom Tools
The chief of research and development for the Advanced Education Research and Development Fund envisions vetting ed-tech products so they better reflect the diversity of the school population.
The textbook publisher has expressed interest in looking into blockchain technology to get a cut of secondhand textbook sales.
Curriculum providers will increasingly have to balance demands for more inclusive curricula with state restrictions about what can be taught.