The CEO of Move This World isn’t big on screen time, but in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, technology–when used with care–can help strengthen relationships.
ACT and the American Federation of Teachers are partnering to provide free resources as educators increasingly switch to distance learning amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
A Missouri district seeks is looking to stage a virtual commencement, in a sign of how purchasing is changing during the COVID-19 era. A New Jersey district will buy special education evaluation.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey asked district officials what information and support they need to see from companies during the coronavirus to pursue a long-term relationship with those vendors.
A procurement leader from a large Virginia school district explains what she’s learned about how procurement has to shift amid a crisis that has upended her system’s plans.
Transitioning from free to paid status could be a tricky business for companies that have been offering K-12 access to their products at no charge.
Speak Agent, a digital, language-development platform based in Maryland, is one of the lucky ones: The company has secured money through the federal Payroll Protection Program.
While usage of most ed-tech products declined as schools closed and remote learning was being set up, 18 products made significant gains in one study. Here are the top 10.
In this new instructional environment caused by the coronavirus outbreak, educators are worried about screen time, the digital divide and more.
Sales teams needed to make major shifts thanks to coronavirus-related school closures. These tips explain how several companies approached the challenge.