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.
Teachers’ tech skills may have improved after years of remote learning, but they’re looking for quality, not quantity, in the way these skills continue to be developed.
Lessons Learned From a Massive, Troubled Effort to Use Tutoring to Improve Student Achievement
What Education Companies Should Know About the No Child Left Behind Era’s Supplemental Educational Services Program
School districts are launching sweeping tutoring efforts, but this isn’t the first time the country has turned to tutoring in the hopes of improving student outcomes.
Profile of a Key K-12 Market: Pennsylvania
New State Money Pads District Budgets, but Staffing Shortages, Inflation Expected to Affect Spending
School district leaders in Pennsylvania warn that a newly approved increase in state funding will be offset by other challenges.
Breakthroughs in Education R&D: Making Product Development Inclusive
A Nonprofit Is Focused on Encouraging the Creation of the Next Generation of Classroom Tools
The chief of research and development for the Advanced Education Research and Development Fund envisions vetting ed-tech products so they better reflect the diversity of the school population.
There were 213 total mergers and acquisitions in the first six months of this year, compared to 244 during the same period a year ago.
A prominent ed-tech company has been delisted from the Student Privacy Pledge, following a breach that affected a pair of the nation’s largest school systems.
What Tools and Support for Learning Differences Is the Market Failing to Deliver?
EdWeek Market Brief’s Survey Asks K-12 Officials About the Accommodations That Are Missing
EdWeek Market Brief’s survey asks K-12 officials about the accommodations missing in educational products.
Inflation Is Squeezing School District Budgets — and Companies’ Ambitions
Rising Costs May Hit Harder in Coming Years, Just as Federal Pandemic Aid Wanes
School systems’ relatively long purchasing cycles and contracts with vendors may help stave off immediate pain, but not forever.