Today’s hiring process has shifted because of new dynamics in play among employers and job candidates.
EdWeek Market Brief spoke with K-12 officials and vendors about the pitfalls and tension points in running pilots in school districts, and how to make the process more efficient.
As K-12 districts plan to cut back on products and services ahead of the federal fiscal cliff, partnerships can offer a way for companies to retain customers and grow sales.
Leaders of education companies that have launched podcasts see direct and intangible benefits, and a new way to engage with schools.
Companies looking to integrate AI into their products for the first time will need to tap into new sources to find workers with specialized skills.
The longtime federal program will become a critical source of funding as federal stimulus money goes away.
The prognostications from EdWeek Market Brief’s editorial team span culture wars, industry consolidation, AI, and other themes.
Experienced executives and researchers discuss 7 steps education companies can take to gain a stronger understanding of local context and conduct extensive, on-the-ground research.
EdWeek Market Brief offers examples of school districts’ agreements with vendors to tie their pay to performance metrics.
EdWeek Market Brief spoke with advisors to education companies about the opportunities that remain, post-government crackdown.