The textbook publisher has expressed interest in looking into blockchain technology to get a cut of secondhand textbook sales.
The Tennessee department of education’s chief academic officer breaks down the state’s sweeping year-old reading policy, one of 26 approved in states around the country.
A district in Arizona is looking for online procurement services, while a California school system seeks a task force consultant.
Districts’ internet connectivity has vastly improved, but the sheer number of tech devices and tools that operate on them is creating new needs.
EdWeek Market Brief’s survey asks K-12 officials about the accommodations missing in educational products.
A district in Ohio is looking for an employee lifecycle software system, while a New Mexico school system seeks a web filtering and online classroom management solution.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey asks about what motivates teachers, school principals, and administrators to leave their jobs and what roles they want within businesses.
Ed-tech companies need to weave privacy protections into product design and the very fabric of what they do, says Linnette Attai, who consults organizations on GDPR and other regulations.
Chinese education companies are once again going public, moving past government restrictions that temporarily put a halt on tech firms making that leap.
Curriculum providers will increasingly have to balance demands for more inclusive curricula with state restrictions about what can be taught.