An EdWeek Market Brief survey asked district leaders what kinds of ed tech they will continue using after COVID-19 has passed.
Demand to equip K-12 students with laptops and tablets continues to soar globally and outstrip manufacturing capacity, according to a new analysis of the market by Futuresource Consulting.
Business leaders last week sounded the alarm that COVID-19 is causing significant learning losses, particularly in early literacy, and laid out a set of recommendations for how policymakers should tackle the issue.
The EdTech Genome Project aims to give districts more accurate, granular comparisons of what ed-tech products work in what kinds of schools.
Eager to reach new audiences and stay relevant during COVID, a number of education companies have overcome hurdles in unveiling new offerings during the ongoing health crisis.
Three education-focused organizations have released a resource that can help companies stay up to date with the status of reopening for K-12 schools in over 200 nations and territories.
School systems are expected to have broad latitude to spend money from the American Rescue Plan on classroom and non-academic needs.
Ed-tech firms across Europe mostly decreased their marketing budgets or kept them flat during the pandemic, holding back on aggressive new ad campaigns during a historical period of business uncertainty, a new analysis finds.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey asked district and school leaders whether the pandemic will accelerate a shift away from in-person PD, and if so, how quickly.
Oregon superintendent Katrise Perera brings a distinct perspective to her interactions with vendors, having formerly served in a key role at a major education company.