Executives of ed-tech companies worry that many managers in their organizations are “out of their depth” and not poised to promote expansion.
Political-Cultural Fights Are Swamping SEL. How Can Companies Respond?
Subtle Changes to How Resources Are Framed Can Help Districts Make a Case for Keeping Them
Companies are increasingly being asked to help school districts navigate political opposition to social-emotional learning.
Luminos Fund CEO Caitlin Baron talks about finding success as a U.S.-based organization working in Africa.
After rising to record highs during the pandemic, venture capital investment into ed-tech companies is coming back down to Earth.
HMH CEO Jack Lynch and NWEA CEO Chris Minnich talk about their plans to merge the two companies and the implications for curriculum and assessment.
Education giant Houghton Mifflin Harcourt will acquire prominent K-12 assessment provider NWEA, in a pairing of two of the biggest brands in K-12 education.
Follett School Solutions has acquired a global library management system provider that serves more than 4,000 customers in more than 45 countries.
Student Enrollment Has Dropped, and School Districts Are Bracing for Pain
An EdWeek Market Brief Survey Asked K-12 Officials About the Financial Consequences of Losing Students
A new EdWeek Market Brief survey asks district and school leaders how they will cut budgets in response to declines in enrollment.
Memo to Education Companies: These Are the 10 Most Influential Books Among K-12 Leaders
EdWeek Market Brief Surveyed District and School Leaders on the Works That Have Shaped Them
EdWeek Market Brief surveyed district and school leaders on the works that have shaped their leadership and classroom practices.
6 Essential Predictions for the Education Market in 2023
Coming Financial Pressures, Ongoing Cultural Fights, and Persistent Staffing Woes Will Challenge Companies
EdWeek Market Brief’s editorial team offers its prognostications about what the future holds for providers in the market over the coming year.