Recent policy changes in Florida could dramatically shape district policy in areas such as charter school growth and Title I spending.
More than 60 percent of parents of K-12 students report getting notes or e-mails about their students, newly released federal data show.
Pearson is appealing the award of a $31 million testing contract to the American Institutes for Research, one of a number of assessment deals secured by AIR over the past few weeks.
The State Educational Technology Directors Association profiles four states’ policies for acquiring digital instructional materials.
On Oct. 16 at 2 p.m. Eastern, EdWeek Market Brief will host a webinar breaking down what K-12 companies need to know about the adult education market.
The number of bids and RFPs from state and local governments for K-12 education has grown by 20 percent over the past year, according to an analysis by Onvia.
Indiana officials awarded a contract worth $43 million, Iowa agreed to a deal valued at $31 million, and North Dakota also selected the vendor.
Two-thirds of administrators surveyed know about at least one of 14 open-educational curricula available today.
Effective PD can boost teachers’ understanding of links between assessment and effective instruction, a recent pilot study suggests.
Berkshire Partners LLC has announced a capital partnership with Curriculum Associates, in a deal that will result in $200 million in donations going to a university and a Boston philanthropy.