Two U.S.-based education companies — CredEd and Woz U — are partnering to offer professional development focused on coding curriculum to teachers around the world.
As it implements a combination of remote and in-person learning this fall, the 84,000-student Jefferson County, Colo., school district needs vendors who can pivot quickly.
The Institute of Education Sciences has unveiled ed-tech guides to make educators aware of resources available for virtual teaching amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
EdWeek Market Brief surveyed administrators and teachers on what kinds of products they believe keep students locked in — a critical question during the remote-learning era.
Age of Learning, Inc., says that the complaints raised about its marketing and billing practices were addressed by the company years ago.
The coronavirus has forced a number of assessment providers to place new emphasis on non-testing product lines.
A Mississippi district wants an English/language arts digital curriculum; a Missouri district is searching for science/lab supplies and equipment, and a Georgia district seeks virtual program options.
The CEO of Spiral, an interactive learning platform that was recently snapped up by Discovery Education, talks about the key factors companies need to weigh before they agree to an acquisition.
Marlo Gaddis, the chief technology officer for North Carolina’s largest district, says systems like hers are looking for streamlined, simple technology during the coronavirus.
A market expert highlights his new study to examine how school districts feel about the quality of the curriculum they choose, who produces it, and the PD that goes with it.