Four California districts, serving 140,000 students, are buying ed-tech cooperatively through the Education Technology Joint Powers Authority, and other K-12 systems are poised to sign up.
This Market Brief ON: Strategy offers a collection of must-read stories for K-12 companies on trends that are shaping the education market.
The personalized learning tech provider AltSchool will become Altitude Learning, and give up management of its schools.
Imbellus’ CEO says her company’s AI-fueled assessments can give schools more useful information about students’ preparation for a fast-changing workforce.
Curriculum providers Open Up Resources and Illustrative Mathematics say they’ve settled a dispute over attribution rules for their materials.
After urging ed-tech vendors and districts to sign pledges to support “interoperability,” an advocacy group is asking entire states to make a similar commitment.
Michigan’s state director of assessment, Andrew Middlestead, talks about his state’s efforts to help educators use formative assessment, and what they need from those classroom strategies.
The Faria Education Group makes an acquisition, and the British government is staging a grant program for ed-tech providers, including those outside of England, focused on formative assessment, grading, and other areas.
A new, in-depth research project from EdWeek Market Brief presents the results of nationwide survey in which district leaders were asked about the biggest problems they face in curriculum, and their ideal solutions. It’s the first in a three-part series, with special reports on assessment and PD to follow.
In a special research project, EdWeek Market Brief surveyed district administrators about the biggest challenges they face in curriculum, and asked them for their ideal solutions.