Education company officials say COVID-19 will have a long-term impact on product design and quality, innovation, and approaches to equity.
The use of learning management and communications tools, and virtual curriculum, have soared since the coronavirus forced lessons to go online.
A district in Johnson City, Tenn. and another in Clarke County, Ga. are seeking online learning curriculum and courseware, while the Montgomery County, Md. schools need art tools and supplies.
Using AI technology, a British university and Pearson hope to create a globally standardized scoring system for assessing students learning English.
The interim CEO of the ACT talks about the company’s recent acquisitions and what’s ahead for the major provider of assessment and other services.
The Omaha, Neb. district is seeking literacy materials, while a district in Washington Township, N.J. wants online assessment and instruction.
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.
Scott Marion, who consults states on testing, talks about why it’s important for vendors and public officials to work cooperatively in renegotiating contracts amid assessment cancellations caused by COVID-19.
Advocacy groups and testing organizations urged the U.S. Department of Education to place an emphasis on equity in making awards through its innovative-assessment program.
The Education Technology Joint Powers Authority, in operation for only a year, has attracted widespread interest from school districts and vendors alike.