EdWeek Market Brief explores how education businesses changed direction in response to fast-evolving district needs during the coronavirus.
For Nearpod CEO Pep Carrera, the upside to bringing his ed-tech product to Europe, the Middle East, and other foreign markets has far outweighed the risks.
A Texas school system is looking for a web-based platform to support teachers’ differentiated learning, and a Florida school system plans to purchase a wide array of devices.
Education companies should look to help educators collaborate and master skills beyond rote, tech-based applications, says Ronn Nozoe of ASCD.
A Virginia district is going to purchase a special ed data management system, and a Utah district plans to buy a multilingual literacy primary curriculum.
The coronavirus has spawned demands for flexible, digitally focused products that resonate with both teachers and parents — yet the need for print endures.
A California school district is seeking to buy a student information system; a state education agency is looking for a virtual education platform to increase access to advanced coursework.
Pearson has launched a new direct-to-consumer division, which will be co-led with former top officials from Shutterfly.
A Texas regional services agency is buying a learning management system for schools, and a New Jersey district is purchasing PD and supplemental services focused on curriculum.
The Providence school system is looking for help with instructional design for grades 3-5, and Idaho officials are beginning to explore the purchase of a learning management system.