A Texas district seeks upgraded security on campuses; the Loudon, Va. school system will buy new history and social science materials; Antioch, Calif. schools want new educational, behavioral and therapeutic supports for students with disabilities.
Education company leaders share strategies for the seasonal twists and turns of the school year regarding marketing, product launches, pilot testing, and sales.
Educators increasingly want features in an LMS system that allow them to be teachers and learners, and to access PD resources, says Schoology’s Kelly Ady.
Diversity in education company leadership and the workforce helps vendors understand educational “context,” explains an Oakland, Calif., schools official.
Hear from our experts at ISTE about what principals think of educational technology, key market trends to watch, personalized learning and the future of work, and more.
The state of Massachusetts needs help developing next-generation assessments for several subjects, and two Texas districts are looking for a continuous improvement consultant and a credit-recovery service.
K-12 education leaders say the products they purchase sometimes don’t live up to the sales hype. Here’s how to manage expectations and avoid miscommunication.
Ami Kassar, a finance expert and columnist for Inc.com, outlines the questions entrepreneurs must ask themselves about risk, investment, and growth.
Foreign investment presents opportunities to expand reach, but U.S. education businesses should set clear expectations for international deals, experts say.
Education companies don’t spend enough time trying to understand the problems they’re attempting to help schools solve, says the former Palm Beach County, Fla., superintendent.