The Lynwood Unified School District in California is trying to find a way to create opportunities for students to use ed tech, in a city where 30 percent of families lack at-home internet connectivity.
K-12 leaders have access to an historic amount of emergency federal funding, but they have concerns about how they should put that money to the best use.
The vast majority of school districts using the $4 billion E-Rate program will need to upgrade their on-campus internet in the next three years, according to a new analysis.
Leaders of the Association of School Business Officials International lay out what they’re seeing from school districts as they figure out how to spend money from the American Rescue Plan.
Organizations providing social-emotional learning need to do more to explain to families the purposes of those resources, says company founder Sara Potler LaHayne.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey looks at K-12 decisions about spending money on interim, classroom, summative, and SEL-focused assessments.
The Aurora Institute identified several initiatives that national policymakers can take to close the homework gap as remote learning continues to be prominent in the K-12 space.
The director of an ed-tech accelerator program talks about how the market is evolving, and how education businesses will be expected to help.
The Guilford County, N.C., school system’s tutoring and accelerated learning efforts offer companies a window into the strategies being tested by districts across the country.
About two-thirds of education company employees say their morale is the same or better than it was, pre-COVID, an EdWeek Market Brief survey of businesses shows.