EdWeek Market Brief surveyed district administrators, principals, and teachers about whether they have a positive or negative view of products designed to curb “learning loss” — and why.
A budget measure signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom bankrolls the development of openly licensed materials at the higher education level, but it could have implications for K-12, too.
EdWeek Market Brief surveyed district officials on which features of SEL products and programs are most important to them.
Spending on curriculum software and subscriptions grew at a higher rate than any other technology budget area over the most recent year, according to the Consortium for School Networking.
Byju’s continues its effort to expand into North America, and early childhood education provider Teaching Strategies switched from one investment firm parent company to another.
Researchers for the EdTech Genome Project identified 10 variables they believe matter most to schools’ successful selection and implementation of new technology.
EdWeek Market Brief spoke to Metro Nashville Public Schools’ Coordinator of Trauma-Informed Schools Mary Crnobori about what “trauma-informed” means, and what SEL tools are missing from the current market.
DreamBox Learning is acquiring the well-known adaptive literacy program, Reading Plus, marking the ed-tech provider’s expansion into reading curriculum.
A director of math and computer science instruction for the San Francisco schools calls for curriculum and assessment in the COVID era that address a broad array of students’ needs.
A district in New Jersey is seeking a computer-adaptive English learner literacy program, while a district in Colorado issued an RFP for middle school science curriculum.