Presidential contender Elizabeth Warren wants Google, Amazon, and Facebook regulated as “platform utilities.” What would that mean for the companies’ roles in education?
Arkansas has one of the most ambitious computer science programs in the country, but it needs more from curriculum providers, says state director Anthony Owen.
Mark Hurrie, a Boston-area principal, talked about his school’s approach to improve student well-being, a subject of many discussions at the SXSW EDU ed-tech conference.
The company once known as Musical.ly, now TikTok, has reached a $5.7 million settlement with the Federal Trade Commission over complaints that it collected personal information from children without proper consent.
Revamping school funding formulas, and making changes to early education, teacher pay, and school safety are among governors’ top priorities for fiscal 2020, according to the National Association of State Budget Officers.
Pearson is selling its line of business focused on U.S. textbooks and instructional materials to Nexus Capital Management for $250 million.
The Natick, Mass., district counts on teachers to help evaluate ed-tech products, and it is trying to bring more data analysis to that process.
When education companies sell directly to principals, they can be accused of ignoring district administrators’ concerns. Here’s how to avoid those tensions.
Florida has delayed its adoption of new instructional materials, a process that has huge implications for K-12 publishers.
In This Two-Minute Tip, EdWeek Market Brief Senior Editor Sean Cavanagh talks about the common mistakes education companies make in trying crack the Chinese market, and how they can overcome them.