A high school and a middle school principal talk about the steps that education companies can take to meet K-12 needs and the mistakes to avoid.
The chief information officer for the Cincinnati public schools talks about the lessons companies can learn from the district’s development of a mobile learning app.
The demand for artificially intelligent products in K-12 may be fueled by the need to free up teachers’ time during the school day, experts say.
Experts say there is a significant gap between the type of assessments needed to align to the Next Generation Science standards and what is available in the marketplace.
The 320,000-student Clark County, Nev., district is shifting purchasing power away from the central office and putting it in the hands of individual school principals.
Education companies must show they care as much about student outcomes as the bottom line if they want to earn the trust of school district leaders.
Education companies should be working on a Plan B for professional development services in the event that President Trump’s proposed cuts to Title II-A grants are approved.
Andrew Moore weighs in on the lessons that education companies can learn from K-12 schools and, conversely, what school systems can learn from the corporate world.
Understanding how modern classrooms should be designed will help education companies better meet the needs of educators, two experts explain.
Two experts on predictive analytics outline why it is important for companies to understand how data-prediction tools can seriously change the game for students.