EdWeek Market Brief asked education company officials about their predictions for how school district demands for products will evolve during the coming academic year.
Recent efforts to broaden school choice and funnel state dollars to parents and private schools are raising questions about the potential implications for the sector.
As the investment landscape becomes more difficult, alternatives to traditional venture capital, for both startup and established education businesses, are coming into greater focus.
EdWeek Market Brief takes an in-depth look at the key budgetary and policy shifts that will affect education companies working in the state with more than 5 million students.
Leaders of education companies spoke to EdWeek Market Brief about the internal and external sources of inspiration that help their organizations.
Many education companies would like to conduct research on their products but aren’t sure how to partner with universities and other researchers.
Privacy consultants and researchers discuss the steps companies need to take to ensure that they’re meeting district standards and state and federal regulations.
New policies in the massive South Asian nation encourage the development of holistic approaches to teaching and learning, and the cultivation of students’ critical thinking skills.
Legislation headed to Gov. Greg Abbott’s desk creates new incentives for districts to buy state-approved materials.
Education companies need to resist the temptation to simply chase the biggest contract in the biggest district.