As the Oakland school district moves into widespread use of digitally driven personalized learning, school leaders want education companies that provide a high level of service.
K-12 market experts examine how Trump’s election, Republican control of Congress, and statehouse results will affect education funding, school choice measures, and the potential impact on ed-tech initiatives.
Entrepreneur and investor Jean Hammond spoke about common mistakes that education startups make, many of which offers lessons to established companies, too.
The value of education industry transactions fell during the first three quarters of this year, but the most recent quarter showed a slight increase in transaction volume.
Five new MOOCs offered by edX and sponsored by Microsoft, aim to help education leaders transform learning.
Find out what schools and districts really want from digital content providers in this webinar featuring insight from top K-12 education officials, and exclusive data from EdWeek Market Brief.
This exclusive webinar will help companies position themselves for success when it comes to navigating the sweeping new federal education law.
One school district’s purchase of a new LMS includes on-site demonstrations, a look at future company plans, and collaboration with other districts.
A new Louisiana law will allow school districts large and small to band together to get the best deals on products and services.
The state of Indiana needs a vendor to help with major assessment work, and the Chicago schools need help with parent engagement.