Companies that recognize teachers’ desire to go through professional development led by their own colleagues stand to gain in the market, an exclusive survey suggests.
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.
Ed-tech companies are discussing how to build “the Next Gen Learning Ecosystem” at a gathering in Denver.
Experts see the potential for states to fashion daring new testing models in a variety of areas, including science, arts, and competency-, performance-, and portfolio-based assessments.
District leaders place different values on seeing ESSA-focused terms like “evidence-based” and “nonacademic” factors in digital content providers’ marketing materials, a new, proprietary Education Week Research Center survey finds.
The sweeping new federal education law calls for ongoing, personalized, and collaborative professional development options, which will put pressure on districts, and K-12 providers.
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.
A founder of the charter school movement critiques education reform, and calls on leaders of McGraw-Hill Education and the Business Roundtable to lead a discussion about the path forward.
The powerful D.C. circuit court gave the Federal Communications Commission a major win by sustaining controversial 2015 rules that protect an “open” internet.
A pair of state officials talk about how the federal Go Open campaign has changed what they’re demanding from content providers.