Despite signs of improving state budgets, a relatively small percentage of K-12 district leaders expect local budget conditions to improve in the near term.
Districts’ interest in helping students with social-emotional learning has surged. An EdWeek Market Brief survey looks at K-12 leaders’ biggest questions about implementing SEL teaching and learning strategies.
Discretionary funds and federal Title I money are commonly used to cover the costs of trials, according to an exclusive survey of 500 school district leaders.
Asked to rate eight characteristics of PD programs, 500 district leaders we surveyed were most likely to prefer training that is personalized for individual educators.
Why is the transition from print to digital content not happening faster? The most common reason is that schools do not have enough digital devices, our survey shows.
An exclusive online survey of 500 district leaders ranks their buying priorities for formative testing products and shows preferences by region and size of district.
This survey of 500 district leaders examines what they want most when they are evaluating whether or not to buy a personalized learning product or service.
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.