EdWeek Market Brief’s fall summit on Nov. 3-4 will give education companies a window into pressing district needs, through panel discussions, briefings, and data presentations.
The director of instructional technology for the Metro Nashville Public Schools talks about striking a balance between tech and print-based lessons.
Classroom educators are particularly well-suited for roles in product development and driving innovation, panelists at the ISTE show said this week.
What are some of the major themes that will play out at the enormous ed-tech show later this month? We get a breakdown from ISTE CEO Richard Culatta.
The EdWeek Market Brief online summit, held June 7-9, will allow companies to hear from district administrators from LAUSD; Clark County, Nev.; Wake County, N.C.; Chicago; Baltimore; Oakland, Calif., and more.
The companies that swarmed the ASU+GSV summit were anticipating enormous challenges in trying to help districts work through their staffing crises.
Big education organizations, including Cambium Learning, AVID, and ETS named new top executives at the ASU+GSV summit, or in the run-up to it.
The SXSWedu conference offered a preview of how big in-person gatherings will play out, as COVID restrictions lift and education companies seek out networking opportunities.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey reveals that district leaders are open to having their employees engage in many in-person events by the fall, though their attitudes vary by region of the country.
With the cancellation of sprawling, in-person conferences because of the coronavirus, vendors are turning to fast-paced, interactive virtual events that allow for engaging discussions.