Districts are looking for “playlist”-style curriculum customized to student needs, but they also want the option for large-scale adoption of “open” education resources, a new Education Week special report finds.
More than three-quarters of teachers say their districts either recommended or required use of some materials through EngageNY, an open education resource aligned to the Common Core State Standards.
EdWeek Market Brief Senior Editor Sean Cavanagh talks with company officials at the recent Bett ed-tech summit about changes they see in the international K-12 market.
Open Up Resources, a nonprofit vowing to compete with commercial publishers for contracts, is partnering with EL Education to provide English/language arts content.
Tracy Weeks, the executive director of the State Educational Technology Directors Association, talks with Marketplace K-12 about shifting state and local demands for academic content.
President Trump’s proposal to bring deep cuts to PD, after-school programs, and other areas would have an indirect but potentially big impact on district spending on technology and other needs.
The international market for PCs in K-12 education has fallen off over the past year, in part because of governments scaling back on big ed-tech projects.
A pair of New York City education department officials argued for the benefits of weaving mastery-based lessons with “culturally relevant” education.
The founder of a startup at the SXSWedu conference spoke with Marketplace K-12 about the challenges of securing funding from venture capitalists.
The annual South by Southwest Edu conference is expected to draw at least 7,000 registrants this year, and EdWeek Market Brief will bring you the highlights.