Three key leaders in a Wisconsin district explain what they’re looking for in personalized learning tools, and where existing educational technology isn’t meeting their needs.
Effective PD can boost teachers’ understanding of links between assessment and effective instruction, a recent pilot study suggests.
Ed-tech companies should solicit input from students and families, and clearly and prominently display their data-privacy policies, one parent advocate argues.
Education companies that want to understand how to win an RFP can gain insights from the chief strategy officer of the 20,000-student Rowan-Salisbury Schools in North Carolina.
The 320,000-student Clark County, Nev., district is shifting purchasing power away from the central office and putting it in the hands of individual school principals.
Even though Texas’ K-12 budget offers limited funding to districts, it creates opportunities for education companies that can help schools reduce costs.
Companies working with schools often fail to grasp the competing pressures districts face when planning big spending projects, an Oregon district finance official explains.
An award-winning superintendent talks about the problems he has encountered working with education companies, such as lack of responsiveness and poor customization.
Kevin Connors, the director of personalized learning for the Chicago public schools, outlines the role of principals in making decisions about instruction and ed-tech purchasing.
Superintendent Scott Muri talks about how parents’ and students’ expectations for communication from districts have changed.