EdWeek Market Brief will host webinars on Aug. 24 on what the Every Student Succeeds Act means for K-12 companies, and on Aug. 30 on what K-12 districts want from digital content.
Where are current business opportunities in the U.S. market, and what’s the landscape look like abroad? Find out in our archived, on-demand webinar hosted by EdWeek Market Brief and featuring speakers from Market Brief and The International School Consultancy, which is based in the U.K.
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