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.
District demands for ed-tech interoperability are already shaping K-12 buying decisions, to the benefit or detriment of companies, one Indiana school official explains.
Evan Marwell, the CEO of EducationSuperHighway, says advances in the speed and reach of broadband in schools are opening doors for schools to use more ed-tech products.
Districts across New York state are likely to prioritize spending on assistive technology, as well as school security, over the coming year.
What you can expect to hear from Bett 2018, the annual international ed-tech conference held in London.
The massive, $1.5 trillion tax overhaul is prompting some companies to invest in new products while others are acting more cautiously.