The chief academic officer of a 13,000-student district says he weighs vendor-produced research as he investigates whether a digital product or service is right for students.
The vast majority of ed-tech licenses are not used “intensively” by districts, according to a new analysis sponsored by the company Brightbytes.
District leaders are not nearly as hungry for data on product performance as they are for student achievement data, our exclusive survey of district leaders shows.
The ability to analyze data and set sales and marketing strategies in the digital age are in high demand as the pace of change in the K-12 market quickens.
The major ed-tech association has launched a hub that offers reviews of ed-tech products based on their ability to engage students and other criteria.
Districts see data interoperability as a solution that will help them meet federal and state reporting requirements, a new COSN/EdWeek survey shows.
Affordability, educational impact, and data-privacy protections are key features schools will want in AI-driven products, says Jeff Dieffenbach, the associate director of the MIT Integrated Learning Initiative.
Investor Jason Palmer and IMS Global Learning Consortium CEO Rob Abel talk about changing district demands for data “interoperability.”
States and school districts are increasingly asking for data analytics tools in their requests for curriculum and assessment products and services.
A study based on 2 billion data points identified the top 40 ed-tech products used in schools during 2017-18, according to Lea(r)n Inc.