A researcher for the Joan Ganz Cooney Center breaks down the opportunities — and risks — for school districts in adopting immersive technologies.
Eric Bacolas, the chief people officer at Newsela, talks about how the company’s hiring needs have changed as it has grown.
The director of an ed-tech accelerator program talks about how the market is evolving, and how education businesses will be expected to help.
The keys to making a 1-to-1 program work go well beyond simply managing the devices, says Dewayne McClary, director of Digital Promise’s League of Innovative Schools.
Products delivered through extended-learning time can greatly benefit English learners who have lost academic opportunities during the pandemic, says academic researcher Madeline Mavrogordato.
The CEO of one of the world’s largest operators of international private schools, Arno Krug, talks about how his organization has responded to changing parent needs during COVID.
An ed-tech accelerator program at the University of Southern California is structured to attract entrepreneurs who often get overlooked by investors, says its director, Doug Lynch.
Education businesses need to be intentional about building relationships with people of color in their workforce, explains Kelli Doss, the chief talent and equity officer at Reading Partners.
Richard Culatta, the CEO of ISTE and a top U.S. education official during the Obama administration, talks about his new book and how to build a more effective ed-tech ecosystem for schools.
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt is one of many companies across the K-12 market that has sought to create products to help districts address academic remediation for students who have fallen behind during COVID.