Today’s hiring process has shifted because of new dynamics in play among employers and job candidates.
As K-12 districts plan to cut back on products and services ahead of the federal fiscal cliff, partnerships can offer a way for companies to retain customers and grow sales.
Leaders of education companies that have launched podcasts see direct and intangible benefits, and a new way to engage with schools.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey asked district and school leaders how they know a company isn’t the right size to give them what they want.
The longtime federal program will become a critical source of funding as federal stimulus money goes away.
Our audience was focused on practical questions — such as how to reach district officials, and how companies will be affected by the loss of federal aid.
Experienced executives and researchers discuss 7 steps education companies can take to gain a stronger understanding of local context and conduct extensive, on-the-ground research.
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.