Quarterly Briefings

Quarterly briefings—available exclusively for EdWeek Market Brief enterprise members—are deep-dive presentations by our editorial and research staff on topics we’ve explored through our coverage, analysis, and data collection. The briefings include breakdowns of the results of special research projects, as well as analyses of other market trends shaping the work of education companies. They’re also a great way for our members to interact directly with our editorial and research teams about the biggest challenges organizations are facing in the market.

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March 2020

Critical New Insights on ESSA, Special Education Products, and the District Tech Landscape


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In this quarterly briefing, EdWeek Market Brief’s editorial team will offer key insights, based on original reporting and data, on three pivotal topics for education companies trying to gain an advantage in the K-12 market.


December 2019

What K-12 Leaders Want From PD: Results From Nationwide Survey

   
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What are district leaders’ biggest problems in professional development, and what are the products they say are missing from the market? EdWeek Market Brief breaks down the results of its nationally representative survey of K-12 officials, and what they want.


September 2019

K-12 Leaders’ Biggest Problems in Assessment, and the Solutions They Want: Results of an Exclusive Survey

   
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EdWeek Market Brief reveals the results of a new, nationally representative survey and special report that explores the biggest problems district leaders face in assessment—and the solutions those school officials say they want from K-12 companies.


June 2019

K-12 Leaders’ Biggest Problems in Curriculum, and the Solutions They Want

   
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EdWeek Market Brief reveals the results of a new, nationwide survey and special report that explores the biggest problems district leaders face in curriculum—and the solutions those school officials want from K-12 companies.


March 2019

Avoid Potential Pitfalls to Your K-12 Business Strategies

   
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Being prepared is the best offense when a company must defend against new threats. In this quarterly briefing, EdWeek Market Brief shares tips from our exclusive research and original reporting to help members get ready for possible challenges—whether they’re global, like a recession on the horizon, or granular, like recovering from a negative product review.


December 2018

Exclusive Market Research on SEL, Assessment, Purchasing Influence, and More

   
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Join EdWeek Market Brief for insights on exclusive survey data about five hot topics: social-emotional learning, products educators would like to see, demand for print curricula, influence of teachers on purchasing, and formative assessment needs.


September 2018

State of K-12: Data Use and Requirements Demanded by Districts

   
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This quarterly briefing reveals exclusive EdWeek Market Brief research about what data districts want from products and services they are procuring, and how they want it delivered to them. You’ll get deep insight into the data that matters, and trends in RFPs.


June 2018

State K-12 Budgets for 2018-19

   
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Changes in state budgets will impact school spending in the 2018-19 school year. This enterprise member-only briefing focuses on how these changes may alter district priorities, and shape their needs for products and services.

 

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