The federal agency has released new guidance for evaluating ed-tech tools — a move that speaks to the uncertainty among districts and vendors about standards under the law.
At the recent ASU+GSV Summit, investors and company leaders talked about if they’re trying to grow through acquisition, or building new products on their own.
Israel-based ed-tech startup TinyTap has secured an $8.5 million funding round, which it will use for staff expansion and product development.
While it has come under attack in some communities, demand for SEL is such that many companies are seeking to integrate it into their existing resources.
Byju’s co-founder Divya Gokulnath talks about the company’s intentions with the U.S. marketplace, how it’s thinking about AI, and the biggest challenges facing education.
The assessment provider says changes to the teacher-preparation exam can open doors to more aspiring educators, though critics worry about reinforcing biases and barriers to entry.
A top advisor to education companies on talent acquisition talks about the pressures he sees playing out in the job market.
The CEO of ETS, Amit Sevak, sees opportunities for innovation in the new demands schools and society have for tests.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey asked district leaders, principals, and educators about the social-media messaging that captivates them or turns them off.
The state says the company’s product did not meet expectations, but Paper officials maintain their program did not have time to take hold.