Nearly half of district leaders have a big need for social-emotional learning interventions for diverse student populations, a new EdWeek Market Brief survey shows.
A third of district leaders identified funding flexibility as ESSA’s top driver for innovation, followed by new measures for judging school quality (23 percent), and professional development approaches (19 percent).
Nearly 1 in 3 district leaders said they could not find good technology-driven curricula or curricular resources, according to a survey of 500 district leaders by the Education Week Research Center.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey reveals the surprising factors that make district leaders choose company products.
District leaders seek data dashboards that are easy to use and populated with timely data, an Ed Week Market Brief survey reveals.
A strong majority of school district leaders say they prefer to buy from nonprofit companies, an EdWeek Market Brief survey shows.
A survey of more than 500 district leaders found that cost and integration with the student information system are school district leaders’ top considerations when selecting an LMS.
Exclusive survey suggests optimal timing is relatively early in the sales process in case there are budget constraints that make a purchase unrealistic.
Evidence of effectiveness is by far educators’ number 1 priority when it comes to the instructional products marketed to their districts and schools, new survey shows.
District leaders are not nearly as hungry for data on product performance as they are for student achievement data, our exclusive survey of district leaders shows.