An EdWeek Market Brief survey of K-12 businesses finds that a strong majority are projecting that their revenues will rise — a dramatic turnabout from last year, when they were asked about their prospects during the depths of the pandemic.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey asks K-12 officials how much time they think should be carved out for social-emotional learning for students at different grade levels.
After their ed-tech usage soared during the first year of the pandemic, some districts are now looking to “constructively reduce” the number of tools and platforms in play. That has implications for companies.
State spending on K-12 education is expected to rise nationally by $23.9 billion this fiscal year, a sharp contrast over last year’s numbers, a new analysis finds.
Vendors are weighing whether to require their workers to get vaccinated, and gauging districts’ expectations.
There are many lessons that educators can offer to students about maintaining their mental health based on Olympic gymnast Simone Biles’ Olympic experience, says Sara Potler LaHayne.
Education companies are making sure they have technology and plans in place in case the new COVID variant ends up disrupting in-person learning this school year.
EdWeek Market Brief surveyed district administrators, principals, and teachers about whether they have a positive or negative view of products designed to curb “learning loss” — and why.
EdWeek Market Brief surveyed district officials on which features of SEL products and programs are most important to them.
Spending on curriculum software and subscriptions grew at a higher rate than any other technology budget area over the most recent year, according to the Consortium for School Networking.