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.
All states have now submitted their ESSA accountability plans and their details provide direction on where market demands and opportunities are likely to emerge.
Provisions in the tax legislation moving through Congress could curtail district spending, but also free up dollars in new areas.
The rising popularity of virtual schools is causing a shift in the homeschooling curriculum market as students move seamlessly between online education and homeschooling.