The Federal Communications Commission has finalized rules for a new $7 billion remote learning fund with big implications for school districts and ed-tech vendors.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey asked district administrators about the factors that led them to agree to pay for products vendors had previously offered at no cost.
A new emergency relief package provides $57 billion in aid to K-12 schools. After a delay, it was signed into law by President Trump on Sunday.
The results of the Nov. 3 election carry potentially big implications for companies in the market. Check back on EdWeek Market Brief for the latest results.
Districts’ use of emergency federal funding depends in part on what their technology landscape was like, pre-pandemic, says Kimberly Glass, president of a national association of federal aid administrators.
Congressional lawmakers this week started working on the next coronavirus stimulus package, which will have major funding implications for K-12 education.
Our survey looks at how districts have refocused their purchasing during the COVID-19 era, and what school administrators see ahead.
The massive relief package does not include new dedicated funding for the E-rate program, which some lawmakers and tech advocates had sought.
The Broward County schools are looking to buy a platform to manage parental choice, while a Silicon Valley high school district wants a software platform to help with social-emotional learning issues.
A newly approved law pumps $11.6 billion in new education funding into this critical state market for K-12 vendors.