Social-emotional learning is enormously popular in school districts, and has research backing, but it has come under criticism from Florida officials.
Districts Face the Funding Cliff. Here’s How to Stay Off the Chopping Block.
'Accountability for Spending' Will Become a Priority in Many School Systems
After three years of benefiting from federal relief dollars, school systems will face hard choices about which new products, programs, and services to spare, or cut.
Record-high state tax revenues last year have made way for increased education spending in governors’ proposed budgets for the upcoming fiscal year.
An omnibus spending measure signed into law by President Biden supports the launch of a new research program modeled on a renowned defense program known as DARPA.
Political-Cultural Fights Are Swamping SEL. How Can Companies Respond?
Subtle Changes to How Resources Are Framed Can Help Districts Make a Case for Keeping Them
Companies are increasingly being asked to help school districts navigate political opposition to social-emotional learning.
The slow-moving process for adopting math materials in the huge state market could lead to delays in other subjects.
Newly announced plans to liquidate Class Acceleration Corp. are one sign of how market conditions have turned against special purpose acquisition companies, or SPACs.
Student Enrollment Has Dropped, and School Districts Are Bracing for Pain
An EdWeek Market Brief Survey Asked K-12 Officials About the Financial Consequences of Losing Students
A new EdWeek Market Brief survey asks district and school leaders how they will cut budgets in response to declines in enrollment.
The consumer protection agency accused the video game company of misleading students into making purchases without their parents’ consent.
State Restrictions on Race-Focused Lessons Are Already Reshaping District Purchasing
A New EdWeek Market Brief Survey Finds That Districts Are Reviewing and in Some Cases Halting Curriculum Buying
A new EdWeek Market Brief survey finds that districts are reviewing and in some cases halting purchases of curriculum, including social-emotional learning materials.