EdWeek Market Brief’s Emma Kate Fittes talks about three ways that education companies can help districts support diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts.
A top district official from the Pasco County Schools in Florida talks about the district’s efforts to promote equitable opportunities for students, and help them explore career paths.
A new EdWeek Market Brief special report finds that many educators feel curriculum materials are falling short when it comes to promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion.
A new EdWeek Market Brief special report looks at the role that companies — in areas like curriculum, assessment, and professional development — can play in supporting DEI through their products and practices.
Education publishers and curriculum providers are faced with a raft of new state policies that restrict teaching about racial issues, even as many local district officials are demanding more inclusive resources.
An ed-tech accelerator program at the University of Southern California is structured to attract entrepreneurs who often get overlooked by investors, says its director, Doug Lynch.
Education businesses need to be intentional about building relationships with people of color in their workforce, explains Kelli Doss, the chief talent and equity officer at Reading Partners.
A task force assembled by Idaho’s Republican lieutenant governor has objected to the work of two well-known education companies, among a long list of materials.
Founders of education companies who are people of color often get overlooked by investors. Frances Messano talks about new investment approaches.
A new advisory board at McGraw-Hill is helping the company support equity throughout its product development process.