Curriculum providers are making subtle adjustments, but also holding their ground, in response to a wave of controversial state policies, according to a consultant who works with those companies.
An ed-tech provider’s chief customer officer breaks down how the pandemic has forced the company to respond more quickly to district needs.
A company that seeks to assess school climate and students’ social-emotional learning breaks down the process.
What are the skills education organizations need to look for in hiring teachers? A former classroom educator, now a senior director at GoGuardian, offers insights.
The Jacobs Foundation is putting $44 million into a project to encourage venture capital firms to demand more evidence from the companies in their portfolios.
The chief growth officer for fast-growing GoStudent breaks down the company’s place in the global market. It has already established footholds in Europe and Latin America.
The president of McGraw Hill’s Education’s school group offers the company’s rationale for betting on voice technology.
Pearson’s director of global content standards strategy, Ade Gachegua, talks about the company’s push to make all of its editorial products more inclusive.
Districts’ appetite for ed-tech has not waned with the return of in-person learning, says Jason Brein, a partner at the private equity firm Francisco Partners.
Many education organizations in the market ignore common-sense ways to establish evidence for their products, explains consultant Kripa Sundar.