State laws affecting the deletion of student information and other practices can have a big impact on education companies, says Tyler Park of the Future of Privacy Forum.
The pandemic has fueled demand for academic lessons outside of core curriculum, as districts seek flexibility and digital materials that engage students.
EdWeek Market Brief asked district administrators in a survey about their print versus digital mix — and what factors lead them to stick with print.
The future of the science education is likely to be blend of hands-on and digital components, predicts Christine Anne Royce, the past president of the National Science Teaching Association.
A new federal stimulus legislation includes $7 billion in spending on K-12 broadband, aid that could lead to new district investments in technology and connectivity.
Schools need to provide supports and critical wraparound services if students’ social-emotional needs are going to be met in the COVID era, says Sarah Potler LaHayne, the CEO of Move This World.
The pandemic has forced companies to change how they develop products and what they look for in incorporating feedback from educators and families.
International private schools have boomed in recent years, and new research suggests they’re reliant on courses of study like the Cambridge curriculum and other U.S.- and U.K.-based models.
Guidelines released by the influential group CASEL place an emphasis on programs and products supporting equity, and whether materials are developmentally appropriate for students.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey asked district officials what kinds of strategies they anticipate using to tackle student “learning loss” during the pandemic.