A jury has awarded the education company DynaStudy $9.2 million in a case in which it accused the Houston district of allowing illicit copying and distribution of its materials.
Many education companies struggle to avoid product “bloat,” and don’t go far enough in questioning their assumptions about what districts and educators need.
Rob Waldron, CEO of Curriculum Associates, assesses the K-12 marketplace of the future, while marking a major milestone at his company.
The state of Massachusetts will fund proposals for STEM curriculum, and a Maryland school system is preparing to make a big purchase of science kits.
Companies need to work to make sure teachers understand the “why” when a district is going with a new product, says Kenneth Tam.
Open Up Resources, a provider of openly licensed educational materials, says a group of companies using its curriculum are not giving its work proper attribution.
AI tools could improve K-12 report cards and districts’ ability to identify students for academic interventions, says author and educator Michelle Zimmerman.
The merger will pull together companies with combined revenues of nearly $3.2 billion and a broad portfolio of learning materials.
Nearly half of district leaders have a big need for social-emotional learning interventions for diverse student populations, a new EdWeek Market Brief survey shows.
The Chicago schools are purchasing a college- and career-readiness program, and the Atlanta district is buying an after-school program.