School districts are awash with ed-tech products since remote and hybrid learning started, and new analysis breaks down the 40 most popular digital tools used during the last academic school year.
The Federal Communications Commission’s second application window for its $7 billion, out-of-school connectivity fund is — at least for now — focused on supporting future tech purchases, not reimbursing costs incurred early in the pandemic.
For many educators, the path from the classroom to the corporate world can be daunting. Former teachers and company officials say they’ve learned important lessons about how businesses can make the transition easier.
The largest school district in Maryland is looking for a student assessment and data analytics platform while a North Carolina district is purchasing student assignment software.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey asks K-12 officials how much time they think should be carved out for social-emotional learning for students at different grade levels.
Education giant Pearson will pay a $1 million fine to settle charges that it misled investors about a 2018 data breach.
After their ed-tech usage soared during the first year of the pandemic, some districts are now looking to “constructively reduce” the number of tools and platforms in play. That has implications for companies.
The state of Colorado is looking for an independent evaluation of its K-12 education accountability systems while a district in Virginia wants to review its K-12 information technology systems.
Vendors need to guarantee strong customer service, integration with learning management systems, and strict data privacy, say a pair of K-12 tech leaders from Indiana.
A district in Texas plans to purchase multiple online software platforms, while another district in the state intends to buy instructional supplies, materials and equipment.