Young millennial and Generation Z ed-tech company founders are drawing upon their personal experiences with technology in designing a new class of products.
School district often don’t realize the support they will need to implement a product, and the costs it will bring.
Voters in California, Colorado, New Mexico, and other states approved ballot measures that will channel new funding into arts and music, early childhood education, transportation and other needs.
The informal audience-research sessions give education businesses the opportunity to hear directly from educators about products and features.
A new analysis shows K-12 needs for stronger connectivity are likely to surge in the years ahead, as districts increase their use of classroom tech and as 1-to-1 programs expand.
Education companies and educators need help not only curtailing online cheating, but encouraging students to understand proper sourcing and how to generate and convey their own ideas.
Candidates are running on promises to expand school funding, and in some cases impose further restrictions on classroom lessons about racism.
Hiring managers and executives at companies serving K-12 districts see enormous benefits in the ideas and specialized skills that applicants from outside the education field can bring.
School districts are asking for a combination of more flexibility and more individualized support, amid staffing upheaval.
Education companies need to rethink their strategies in recruiting sales talent in order to accommodate a market that’s gone through upheaval.