The federal “funding cliff” will have a broad and deep impact on schools, predicts the director of advocacy for an organization representing district leaders.
Recent efforts to broaden school choice and funnel state dollars to parents and private schools are raising questions about the potential implications for the sector.
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A report by the U.S. Department of Education’s inspector general looks at how K-12 systems spent emergency federal aid, and the challenges ahead.
Detroit Public Schools’ superintendent discusses what it took to turn the district around from a history of state-controlled emergency management.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey asked district and school leaders about how they will judge which products to cut or keep, post-stimulus, and about any backup sources of funding.
EdWeek Market Brief asked district and school leaders which programs and services their systems will pare back as stimulus funding goes away.
Education companies need to resist the temptation to simply chase the biggest contract in the biggest district.
EdWeek Market Brief asked district and school leaders how they’re planning on using the federal emergency aid still available to them.
Israel-based ed-tech startup TinyTap has secured an $8.5 million funding round, which it will use for staff expansion and product development.