EdWeek Market Brief spoke with advisors to education companies about the opportunities that remain, post-government crackdown.
The company’s co-founder said in a statement that it has learned lessons through a turbulent period, but that he sees the potential for growth ahead.
Education company leaders are seeing more attendees seek out small, engaging sessions and curated experiences.
EdWeek Market Brief’s fourth annual special report is based on a survey of 429 K-12 business officials, more than 70 percent of them executives or managers.
Age of Learning has rolled out an unusually targeted program aimed at serving families outside traditional school systems.
Company officials talk about when it’s time to end a product, what metrics they should use to make the decision, and when to consider alternatives.
Discovery Education CEO Jeremy Cowdrey and DreamBox CEO Jessie Woolley-Wilson said the acquisition was driven in part by new trends in the K-12 market.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey asked district and school leaders about whether classroom educators can start using tech tools without central office sign-off.
An official from the International Trade Administration talks about the agency’s work guiding education organizations navigating unfamiliar international markets.
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