Superintendents are looking for tools or technology that help them make better use of data, according to a new survey from the Data Quality Campaign.
High-quality professional development can help keep teachers in the field by allowing them to “imagine where they’re going” in their careers, says UnboundEd President & CEO Lacey Robinson.
A reseller who works with education companies navigating new, unfamiliar international markets talks about what his clients get right and wrong.
A major testing provider has reached a settlement in a years-long dispute in which it had accused a former partner of copying one of its assessment products.
School districts are asking for a combination of more flexibility and more individualized support, amid staffing upheaval.
A survey of top state officials who oversee technology reveals a gap between their schools’ vulnerabilities to cyberattacks and how much their states are spending to combat it.
Even after the vast increase in the use of tech-based instruction during COVID, loyalties to print endure in many school systems.
A Texas district is looking for instructional supplies and equipment, while a Florida school system seeks application and lottery management software.
A Florida district is looking for SAP and mainframe support services, while a Texas school system seeks supplemental special education services.
School districts around the country are making progress when it comes to spending emergency federal funding, according to EdWeek Research Center survey data.