A survey of 500 district leaders shows they want educational games backed up by research of effectiveness and that can be easily integrated into existing curricula.
School administrators and teachers cited a need for more robust data tools, as well as a need for more of the technology that is already a fixture in some districts.
Relatively large districts, with 10,000 or more students, are more likely to use RFPs than medium- or small-sized ones, a new survey shows.
Sales people can show district buyers they’ve done their homework by demonstrating an understanding of a district’s long-term academic vision and goals.
Curriculum is the top purchasing priority of 2018, a new, exclusive EdWeek Market Brief survey of K-12 district leaders suggests.
Forty-four percent of teachers report that students’ homework assignments face barriers because of parents who can’t figure out how to use school-issued digital devices for educational purposes.
Professional development, grant applications, strategic planning, and curriculum development top the priority list for district leaders seeking help from consultants, new survey shows.
District leaders looking to refresh their science curricula are in the market for labs and hands-on equipment, an EdWeek Market Brief survey finds.
A majority of U.S. district leaders say it’s unlikely they would buy from a foreign company, a survey shows. But some strategies can help those vendors.
On multiple measures, educators rate Scholastic more positively than Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, McGraw Hill Education, and Pearson.