A reseller who works with education companies navigating new, unfamiliar international markets talks about what his clients get right and wrong.
A major testing provider has reached a settlement in a years-long dispute in which it had accused a former partner of copying one of its assessment products.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey asked classroom teachers about how often they make product recommendations, and who they speak to when they’re impressed with a company’s offerings.
A Georgia district is looking for online reading and spelling training, while a Texas school system seeks professional development services for nonprofit schools.
The digital content coordinator for the Los Angeles Unified School District pulls back the curtain on how the school system approves and integrates new digital apps.
The state program uses federal stimulus aid to award grants of up to $1,000 per child and $3,000 per family.
Even after the vast increase in the use of tech-based instruction during COVID, loyalties to print endure in many school systems.
EdWeek Market Brief’s fall summit on Nov. 3-4 will give education companies a window into pressing district needs, through panel discussions, briefings, and data presentations.
EdWeek Market Brief’s annual State of the Industry report for the first time this year includes survey results on company compensation and how active they will be with mergers and acquisitions.
A-Street, a year-old venture capital firm, is placing a big emphasis on supporting effective curriculum, says co-founder Marc Sternberg.