A state education expert outlines opportunities for businesses now that all states have submitted their ESSA accountability plans.
A top official at the Harvard program talks about measuring return on investment, a culture shift in educators’ use of data, and how analytics are evolving.
Companies and district officials should pay close attention to factors such as an item’s placement on the ballot, what projects are being proposed, and voter demographics.
A new service is providing market intelligence about more than 1 million tweets per day in the education sector, from who’s tweeting to what brands are getting attention.
Student licenses for popular math and literacy products are being used more than they were two years ago, with better results, according to Lea(r)n.
The systematic use of data can have a positive impact on student achievement. Here’s how your startup tool can help.
The San Bernardino, Calif., school system is looking to buy a mobile device management platform, while the San Diego district has its eye on an analytics and data reporting tool.
Schools and districts need to remember that creating the architecture to allow them to collect and use data effectively is not a simple process.
A focus on digital management systems for students, as the New York State Department of Education is accepting proposals for an online registration and management system.
Regarding numeracy, U.S. adults at each of the three recorded levels of education attainment had lower results than averages for the rest of the developed world. American adults ages 16-65 without a high school diploma had an average score of 204 points. U.S. adults who were high school graduates scored an average of 243. Finally, Americans with at least an associate’s degree averaged a numeracy score of 287 points. By comparison, the international averages at each level of education attainment were 237, 268, and 296 points, respectively.