A Chicago math educator talks about the kinds of intuitive, and culturally responsive academic resources she needs to support her students.
The Lynwood Unified School District in California is trying to find a way to create opportunities for students to use ed tech, in a city where 30 percent of families lack at-home internet connectivity.
Leaders of the Association of School Business Officials International lay out what they’re seeing from school districts as they figure out how to spend money from the American Rescue Plan.
The chief academic officer of a major Texas school district talks about how his school system transformed the process through which it selects instructional materials.
Vendors need to guarantee strong customer service, integration with learning management systems, and strict data privacy, say a pair of K-12 tech leaders from Indiana.
EdWeek Market Brief spoke to Metro Nashville Public Schools’ Coordinator of Trauma-Informed Schools Mary Crnobori about what “trauma-informed” means, and what SEL tools are missing from the current market.
A director of math and computer science instruction for the San Francisco schools calls for curriculum and assessment in the COVID era that address a broad array of students’ needs.
EdWeek Market Brief talked with two tech-savvy students about where digital products meet their needs, and fall short.
Dwayne Alton, the tech director of the Lee County Schools in Florida, breaks down how his district has overhauled and streamlined its technology infrastructure, and how it expects vendors to contribute.
Oregon superintendent Katrise Perera brings a distinct perspective to her interactions with vendors, having formerly served in a key role at a major education company.