A new EdWeek Market Brief survey reveals shifts in school systems’ priorities for spending federal emergency aid, compared with a year ago.
EdWeek Market Brief’s fall summit on Nov. 3-4 will give education companies a window into pressing district needs, through panel discussions, briefings, and data presentations.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey looks into how much districts are spending on difference types of devices the funding sources they count on.
School districts around the country are making progress when it comes to spending emergency federal funding, according to EdWeek Research Center survey data.
In the wake of the recent school shootings in Uvalde, Texas, spending on school security is poised to grow,
School systems’ relatively long purchasing cycles and contracts with vendors may help stave off immediate pain, but not forever.
Despite new flexibility provided by the federal government, K-12 systems face complicated decisions in preparing for the the eventual loss of emergency stimulus aid.
Only one in five summer program providers say they’ve received COVID relief funds, according to new survey by Afterschool Alliance.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey asked district officials about when during the year they make their most important decisions about adding programs to the budget, or cutting them.
School districts are feeling the pain from rising costs that are gripping the overall economy, says longtime education budget expert Mike Griffith.