A district in Mississippi is looking for a web-based English and math assessment and instruction program while a system in Connecticut seeks a K-5 data monitoring program.
A mid-year report from LearnPlatform shows a shift in the type of ed-tech products that school districts are accessing most widely.
Nearly two years into the pandemic, staffing shortages have kept many districts in “crisis mode.” Some companies are figuring out creative ways to ease the burden.
When it comes to providing technology for their students, teachers have dipped into their own pockets to pay for everything from lessons to apps to devices, an EdWeek Market Brief survey finds.
An Edweek Market Brief survey breaks down whether districts are shifting to online solicitations, or sticking with in-person bids.
President Biden signed into law a measure that tasks the federal government with conducting a K-12 cyber threat assessment, and with providing suggestions for school districts on how to counter those risks.
Eight companies joined HolonIQ’s list of global ed-tech unicorns over the summer, with companies that work in tutoring, skills, and corporate learning making their mark.
Businesses are rebranding products and bracing for impacts of a new regulation in China that severely clamps down on all for-profit tutoring in the country.
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.