Renaissance, a major Wisconsin provider of classroom and assessment products, is acquiring digital resource provider myON.
States and teacher colleges are demanding new forms of testing for aspiring educators, which will likely increase the need for data, analysis, and test-scoring innovations.
On March 22 at 2 p.m. EST, EdWeek Market Brief will host a webinar on what companies and others need to know about school districts’ demands for social-emotional learning products and services.
The Institute for the Study of Knowledge Management in Education was chosen by the U.S. Department of Education to help promote the #GoOpen network.
Richard Culatta, the former director of the ed-tech office at the U.S. Department of Education, advocates at SXSWedu for improving tech use through revamping teacher prep and procurement.
A survey released at SXSWedu found that girls who are heavy social media users were more likely to be depressed and isolated from their peers.
A new “certificate in education finance” program at Georgetown University may be the first higher education training program of its kind.
The SXSWedu conference, a huge gathering of educators and tech entrepreneurs, runs this week, from March 5-8, and Education Week reporters will be on the scene.
Publishers’ net sales in the school market fell slightly, to $2.8 billion, during 2017, according to the Association of American Publishers.
K-12 companies should look to help districts find overlooked sources of money, such as grant revenue, and recognize the financial constraints districts are working under, says a highly regarded district chief financial officer.