EdWeek Market Brief’s survey asks K-12 officials about the accommodations missing in educational products.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey asked district and school leaders how open they are to working with new vendors, compared with the toughest early days of the pandemic.
Only one in five summer program providers say they’ve received COVID relief funds, according to new survey by Afterschool Alliance.
School districts are feeling the pain from rising costs that are gripping the overall economy, says longtime education budget expert Mike Griffith.
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.
An ed-tech provider’s chief customer officer breaks down how the pandemic has forced the company to respond more quickly to district needs.
What are the skills education organizations need to look for in hiring teachers? A former classroom educator, now a senior director at GoGuardian, offers insights.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey finds that teacher prep programs fail to get aspiring educators ready to evaluate, purchase, and implement ed tech.
District officials across the state expect to benefit from an infusion of state and federal money, and are planning new spending on mental health and academic recovery.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey asked district administrators about how K-12 staffing upheaval is affecting their interactions with companies.