Education publishers and curriculum providers are faced with a raft of new state policies that restrict teaching about racial issues, even as many local district officials are demanding more inclusive resources.
The CEO of one of the world’s largest operators of international private schools, Arno Krug, talks about how his organization has responded to changing parent needs during COVID.
School districts are awash with ed-tech products since remote and hybrid learning started, and new analysis breaks down the 40 most popular digital tools used during the last academic school year.
The Federal Communications Commission’s second application window for its $7 billion, out-of-school connectivity fund is — at least for now — focused on supporting future tech purchases, not reimbursing costs incurred early in the pandemic.
After their ed-tech usage soared during the first year of the pandemic, some districts are now looking to “constructively reduce” the number of tools and platforms in play. That has implications for companies.
Education companies are making sure they have technology and plans in place in case the new COVID variant ends up disrupting in-person learning this school year.
PowerSchool, a major provider of student information systems and an array of other K-12 tools, is the latest education company to announce it is going public.
Instructure, maker of the widely used K-12 learning management system Canvas, is the latest ed-tech firm to go public.
An increasing number of parents are looking to enroll their children in more affordable international private schools, according to a new report from ISC Research.
EdWeek Market Brief surveyed district administrators on how they plan to spend new stimulus funds focused on out-of-school internet connectivity needs.