The coronavirus has spawned demands for flexible, digitally focused products that resonate with both teachers and parents — yet the need for print endures.
Education companies that either weren’t involved in education at all, or had a relatively narrow interest in it, are finding ways to serve the market during COVID-19.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey looked at what steps, including buying devices and improving students’ at-home internet connectivity, districts have taken to try to support remote learning during COVID.
India’s ed-tech sector is accelerating rapidly, thanks to a surge of investments and acquisitions, and a new interest in digital learning within the country during COVID.
Helping parents cope with the pressures of remote learning is one of districts’ top social-emotional priorities, a new EdWeek Market Brief special report finds.
A new EdWeek Market Brief special report looks at what features in social-emotional learning products districts want, how much they’re paying for SEL, who influences buying decisions, and much more.
The corporate software giant Salesforce has put an increasing focus on K-12 education, in helping districts manage attendance, admissions, and other processes that school systems are seeking to streamline.
Data collected by the parent-school communication platform Remind seek to gauge the number of students who disengaged from school when districts were forced to go to remote learning at the end of last academic year.
Several state ballot measures in November’s election could collectively pour tens of millions of new dollars into K-12 education, creating new money for districts to work with during rocky economic times.
EdWeek Market Brief’s research shows that districts have made huge gains in internet access over the past few years, but those upgrades have been offset by COVID-era connectivity barriers.