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The work of vendors in three school districts provides a roadmap for successful collaboration that can lead to repeat business.
Our most widely-viewed webinars included a breakdown of the “evidence” standards in the Every Student Succeeds Act, and a look at how companies can improve district’s usage of their ed-tech products.
The most widely read stories of the past year focused on fast-growing companies, trends in investment, and strategic advice for education companies.
The international organization UNESCO, which has more than 190 member countries, has approved a resolution meant to support the development of the free, shareable educational materials.
A survey by the Jefferson Education Exchange finds that more than 90 percent of teachers access research at least once a year, but they have mixed views of its value.
Instructure, which owns the widely used learning management system Canvas, says it is considering putting itself up for sale, or going private.
In the 206,000-student Orange County, Fla., schools, administrators have turned to an array of apps, platforms, and programs to try to engage parents and meet their diverse needs.
Pearson makes its first acquisition in three years, Guild Education raises a Series D round of funding, and NeighborSchools, which seeks to support daycare providers, raises $3.5 million.