District officials have very different views of the importance of judging products by their research base — depending on whether the potential purchase is an academic intervention, learning game, or ELL-focused products.
A 35-district study examined how schools in California are deciding to buy English/language arts products, and the implications for companies working in other states.
Birmingham’s district is looking to open dual Spanish-English immersion charters. In Denver, grants for after-school programs are up for grabs.
School districts’ ELL ed-tech needs are as diverse as English learners themselves, suggest the results of an exclusive survey of 200 district leaders.
Researcher Barbara Foorman talks about her study on the use of computer-adaptive tests of literacy for ELLs in early grades in the Miami-Dade schools in Florida.
Universities will create two ed-tech tools with $2.8 million in grant funding from the Institute of Education Science.
U.S. Department of Education officials are putting forward specific plans to test the idea of luring financial investors into public education with the prospect of financial returns.
Exclusive Education Week Research Center survey shows biggest demand for digital content coming from mid-sized and suburban districts with lower poverty rates.
Many Western and Southern states are projected to see dramatic surges in enrollment in pre-kindergarten through grade 8, topped by Nevada, at 27percent growth, and Arizona at 20 percent.
The Los Angeles Unified District is looking for online course providers, and a Virginia district wants a PD system focuses on support for English language learners.