California is one of more than 20 states to file suit to stop the Federal Communication Commission’s order, calling it “arbitrary, capricious, and an abuse of discretion.”
The U.S. Department of Education is seeking an outside, nonprofit organization to help it support and build the #GoOpen Network.
An early childhood programs provider, a startup focused on college loan acquisition, and a company that helps schools monitor online activity all raised new funding.
A recent survey by the Consortium for School Networking found that 40 percent of school district leaders said their systems offer one digital learning device per student.
Missouri is looking for entry and exit educator assessments, and Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education, N.C., seeks English-Spanish immersion curricula. The Department of Defense Education Activity is looking for K-6 online supplemental content.
Our experts in the Jan. 11 webinar will cover data analytics, the convergence of curriculum and assessment, expansion of personalized learning, the early childhood education market, and more.
Schools and districts want equipment and curricula to modernize CTE programs to meet specific industry needs—while also preparing all students with a solid STEM foundation.
Many of the most popular EdWeek Market Brief stories in 2017 drew from the steady flow of exclusive surveys we conducted of K-12 leaders.
Top procurement officials from the Houston and Nashville school systems say companies that lose out on RFPs can gain valuable insights from getting a breakdown of what went wrong.
Abdulla Al Karam, director general of the one of the United Arab Emirates’ main school regulatory bodies, sees continued K-12 demands ahead.