Districts’ appetite for virtual events, and companies’ new reliance on online sales and outreach, is reshaping how business gets done in education.
Marlo Gaddis, the chief technology officer for North Carolina’s largest district, says systems like hers are looking for streamlined, simple technology during the coronavirus.
Sixty-one percent of district leaders surveyed say that on-demand videos, tutorials, and other digital resources were the most valuable and effective tool for them and their staff members in this moment.
An EdWeek Market Brief special report unveils the results of a pair of surveys of K-12 businesses on how they’ve fared during the coronavirus.
Despite broad economic uncertainty, the international education market offers opportunities for vendors who choose the right countries with the right strategies.
An EdWeek Research Center survey of 1,900 district administrators, principals, and teachers reveals big differences in their preferences for PD.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey of district officials and teachers asked about steps they believe K-12 companies should take to improve racial inclusion and diversity.
EdWeek Market Brief’s survey of K-12 officials finds that three providers have stood out, but many districts are relying on multiple products and brands.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey of businesses also asked which conditions in school systems have paved the way for companies successfully engaging district officials.
The disruptions caused by the pandemic are fueling interest in out-of-school programs including in curriculum, technology, and social-emotional supports.