While many states are prioritizing personalized learning in their plans for accountability under the Every Student Succeeds Act, they aren’t necessarily promoting the use of technology as a path to that outcome, researchers found.
States are likely to take a slow and cautious approach to applying to create “innovative” assessment pilots, and so vendors shouldn’t expect a windfall.
Hawaii’s Education Department seeks community learning centers, while Atlanta wants summer programs and a Minnesota district is in the market for wireless networking.
All states have now submitted their ESSA accountability plans and their details provide direction on where market demands and opportunities are likely to emerge.
A state education expert outlines opportunities for businesses now that all states have submitted their ESSA accountability plans.
State legislatures have placed a huge emphasis so far in 2017 on improving the PD and leadership skills of K-12 superintendents and principals.
The acquisition of eSchoolData will give IO Education more traction in the Northeast and more product offerings, says IO’s CEO.
Many district leaders are pessimistic about their budgets over the coming year, but there are differences across regions of the United States.
Business executives are looking at ways that helping districts with data can boost schools’ ability to respond to requirements under the Every Student Succeeds Act.
Of a dozen industries studied, educational services grew fastest for the second quarter of 2017, increasing 6.1 percent compared to the first quarter, Onvia’s research showed.