Many impoverished families are unaware of opportunities for summer learning, and it’s up to program providers to get the word out, according to a new report.
How Will COVID Testing Intersect With the World of Ed Tech?
A Fledgling Company Has Ambitions to Link Contact Tracing to Other Digital Systems and Partner With Districts
The startup Trace Innovations offers a window into efforts to deliver contract tracing to schools — and potentially integrate those systems into other forms of ed tech.
A District Transforms Its Technology to Make Teachers’ Lives Easier
Florida's Lee County Has Modernized Its Digital Ecosystem, and It Expects Companies to Get on Board
Dwayne Alton, the tech director of the Lee County Schools in Florida, breaks down how his district has overhauled and streamlined its technology infrastructure, and how it expects vendors to contribute.
State and local policymakers could look to the new National Edtech Equity Dashboard as a tool to help decipher what technology products can help underserved populations.
Business leaders last week sounded the alarm that COVID-19 is causing significant learning losses, particularly in early literacy, and laid out a set of recommendations for how policymakers should tackle the issue.
Why Do Ed-Tech Products Soar in Some Districts, But Flop in Others?
The EdTech Genome Project Is Creating a Database for Educators to Share Stories About Companies' Offerings
The EdTech Genome Project aims to give districts more accurate, granular comparisons of what ed-tech products work in what kinds of schools.
Three education-focused organizations have released a resource that can help companies stay up to date with the status of reopening for K-12 schools in over 200 nations and territories.
How New Data-Privacy Expectations Could Impact Education Companies
An Array of Key State Laws, and Others in the Works, Will Shape the Practices of Vendors
State laws affecting the deletion of student information and other practices can have a big impact on education companies, says Tyler Park of the Future of Privacy Forum.
Spending on artificial intelligence in education will rise from $800 million to $6.1 billion over the next four years, according to projections from HolonIQ.
Companies could benefit from a recent executive order by President Joe Biden calling for the U.S. Department of Education to collect COVID-19-related data from states and school districts.