School districts are moving quickly to hire tutoring companies — in some cases, several of them — to shore up student academic challenges exacerbated by the pandemic.
Companies like DreamBox Learning and Cognitive ToyBox relied heavily on the input of classroom teachers and parents in bringing new products to market during the pandemic.
EdWeek Market Brief offers a forecast of key opportunities and challenges for vendors over the coming year.
Special education students endured major setbacks during COVID. The return to in-person instruction has created a new set of needs for schools to help those populations.
Across the country, school districts are plowing their share of federal stimulus aid into ambitious projects meant to counter problems brought on by the pandemic.
Purchasing cooperatives offer potentially enormous opportunities for vendors, if they know how to navigate their distinct expectations.
A number of forward-thinking teacher college programs are working to help future educators become more sophisticated consumers of ed tech — a move that could have big implications for companies.
The vast majority of school districts using the $4 billion E-Rate program will need to upgrade their on-campus internet in the next three years, according to a new analysis.
Studies have shed light on connections between SEL and educational games, economic growth, and career preparation.
The Guilford County, N.C., school system’s tutoring and accelerated learning efforts offer companies a window into the strategies being tested by districts across the country.