Nearly four years after the pandemic, K-12 officials still see students’ learning loss as severe, particularly in elementary grades.
The prognostications from EdWeek Market Brief’s editorial team span culture wars, industry consolidation, AI, and other themes.
Laura Slover, who played a major role in helping states design and implement Common Core assessments, will lead the new effort.
EdWeek Market Brief breaks down the results of its surveys of K-12 officials on how they are preparing for the drying up of billions of dollars in emergency federal aid.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey of school district leaders looks at how they use cooperative purchasing.
A Florida school system is looking for tutoring services to help non-public school students, and a New Mexico system wants to hire an evaluator of one of its academic programs.
Preschool enrollments have rebounded since the pandemic, but major inequities persist, says Steven Barnett, a longtime authority on that student population.
EdWeek Market Brief’s fourth annual special report is based on a survey of 429 K-12 business officials, more than 70 percent of them executives or managers.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey asked K-12 officials about what kinds of career-focused curriculum and classroom resources they want.
The acquisition affects resources that are collectively delivered to millions of students in core academic subjects.