K-12 superintendents from several U.S. regions expressed dissatisfaction with education vendors’ marketing campaigns amid the COVID-19 pandemic, a new survey says.
Criteria used for choosing a social-emotional learning program for students and educators will look very different now than it did before the impact of the coronavirus.
Some states’ curricular materials adoption processes are rolling ahead despite the COVID pandemic, while others are being delayed.
A new database from Education Week allows users, including companies, to dive into the finances of 12,000 school districts around the country and gauge whether they are likely to face budget cuts.
A series of EdWeek Market Brief surveys of district leaders and teachers taken during the coronavirus show how their view of budgets and their spending priorities have changed over time.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey of district administrators and teachers reveals a demand for curriculum to help with students’ anticipated learning loss from coronavirus disruptions.
EdWeek Market Brief asked district officials in a nationwide survey about their most urgent assessment needs, as they cope with COVID-19 and tentatively plan for reopening schools.
The CEO of Move This World isn’t big on screen time, but in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, technology–when used with care–can help strengthen relationships.
ACT and the American Federation of Teachers are partnering to provide free resources as educators increasingly switch to distance learning amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
A Missouri district seeks is looking to stage a virtual commencement, in a sign of how purchasing is changing during the COVID-19 era. A New Jersey district will buy special education evaluation.