The term “learning loss” has fallen into disfavor among some educators. An EdWeek Market Brief survey asks K-12 officials about how they want vendors to describe student academic struggles during COVID.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey of K-12 officials reveals shortcomings in how academic resources serve students of different language abilities, and prepare teachers.
Imagine Learning’s senior vice president and general manager of products offers a look at how the company developed a reading and math intervention tool.
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.
A new EdWeek Market Brief special report looks at the role that companies — in areas like curriculum, assessment, and professional development — can play in supporting DEI through their products and practices.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey looks at K-12 decisions about spending money on interim, classroom, summative, and SEL-focused assessments.
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.
Digital instruction and assessment has grown over 20 percent during the pandemic, and the market is expected to climb over the next few years.
Nonprofit assessment provider NWEA will acquire pieces of assessment-related technology from testing organization ETS and take over its contracts with several states.
Quarantines will remain a reality throughout the school year in many parts of the country, as the Delta variant persists. For education businesses, it’s another opportunity to prove their value.