John Kim, CEO of the District Management Group and a senior lecturer at Harvard Business School, talks about applying management principles to K-12 leadership.
ThinkWrite Technologies is one of many companies in the education market over the past few years that has been forced to find workarounds to manage upheaval in supply and demand.
School districts face a financial “bloodletting” in a few years as enrollment declines, loss of stimulus, and a potential economic slowdown takes hold, says Marguerite Roza of Georgetown University.
High-quality professional development can help keep teachers in the field by allowing them to “imagine where they’re going” in their careers, says UnboundEd President & CEO Lacey Robinson.
A reseller who works with education companies navigating new, unfamiliar international markets talks about what his clients get right and wrong.
A-Street, a year-old venture capital firm, is placing a big emphasis on supporting effective curriculum, says co-founder Marc Sternberg.
School districts are launching sweeping tutoring efforts, but this isn’t the first time the country has turned to tutoring in the hopes of improving student outcomes.
The chief of research and development for the Advanced Education Research and Development Fund envisions vetting ed-tech products so they better reflect the diversity of the school population.
Ed-tech companies need to weave privacy protections into product design and the very fabric of what they do, says Linnette Attai, who consults organizations on GDPR and other regulations.
What are some of the major themes that will play out at the enormous ed-tech show later this month? We get a breakdown from ISTE CEO Richard Culatta.