Education company officials say COVID-19 will have a long-term impact on product design and quality, innovation, and approaches to equity.
K-12 organizations, at the urging of school districts, are re-examining their academic resources and practices to determine whether they’re promoting racial equity and inclusion.
The disruptions caused by the pandemic are fueling interest in out-of-school programs including in curriculum, technology, and social-emotional supports.
COVID-19 is intensifying school districts’ focus on products’ accessibility and tailoring products for use by students with various special needs.
District leaders see an array of challenges meeting students’ social-emotional learning needs during the COVID-19 era, according the results of a new survey by EdWeek Market Brief.
Some states’ curricular materials adoption processes are rolling ahead despite the COVID pandemic, while others are being delayed.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey of district administrators and teachers reveals a demand for curriculum to help with students’ anticipated learning loss from coronavirus disruptions.
The time that districts can devote to vendor meetings during COVID-19 is precious. Here are four tips for how companies can give districts the substance and tone they want.
EdWeek Market Brief asked district officials in a nationwide survey about their most urgent assessment needs, as they cope with COVID-19 and tentatively plan for reopening schools.
Transitioning from free to paid status could be a tricky business for companies that have been offering K-12 access to their products at no charge.