The federal “funding cliff” will have a broad and deep impact on schools, predicts the director of advocacy for an organization representing district leaders.
EdWeek Market Brief talked with a longtime scholar at the University of Chicago about what California’s new math curriculum framework means for instruction.
An official from the International Trade Administration talks about the agency’s work guiding education organizations navigating unfamiliar international markets.
Brighteye Ventures Partner Benoit Wirz shares why his VC firm is bullish on the ed-tech sector, especially in Europe, as global venture capital investments wane.
A lobbyist for one of Florida’s best-known firms talks about how she helps education companies navigate politics and policy that affect their businesses.
A technology consultant discusses the advantages companies have when including this position – and what happens when companies don’t.
The founder and CEO of a new education company, Chapperone, describes the arc of her organization’s development.
EdWeek Market Brief spoke to a technology M&A adviser about the landscape of ed-tech deals and the factors that will continue to shape the market.
Harvard University economist Thomas Kane talks about the difficult road ahead in learning recovery, and the standards he thinks school districts should set for vendors.
There are more than 13,000 of the schools globally, and they have a growing need for high-quality teachers and social-emotional learning.