Our survey uncovers when district leaders are most likely to rely on open educational resources.
The Waldron Charitable Fund is offering a total of $1 million in grants to nonprofits around the country disrupted by coronavirus-related school closures.
As the coronavirus crisis takes hold, companies reaching out to districts need to act with empathy, smarts, and sensitivity.
The Texas state education commissioner outlines the new law that emphasizes K-3 reading instruction and phonics.
While many education businesses say they’ve seen no immediate disruption in their business cycles, they say prolonged upheaval could affect product testing, onboarding, and overall strategy.
As districts face the issue of providing an equitable education to all students, our research shows how vendors can play an important role in that mission.
Ed-tech companies are raising more money, while a Pittsburgh company bought a shuttered company’s robots and an immersive experiences provider is partnering with Dell.
EdWeek Market Brief’s survey of K-12 leaders asked them about whether they expect the standards to shape purchasing over the next two years.
Maryland’s Queen Anne’s County schools want a virtual learning academy and Utah’s Washington County district needs a computer science curriculum. In New Jersey, Franklin Township is looking for occupational therapy services.
A Missouri school system wants an update for its website and mass notification system, while Massachusetts seeks an evaluator for its computer science and digital literacy curricula and Richmond, Va. needs an ERM system.