The Biden administration’s recent guidance for how states should carry out end-of-year tests could force changes in everything from the design of exams to how they’re scheduled.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey finds that the nation’s school district leaders have clear spending priorities for next fiscal year, even if state and local economic forecasts remain uncertain.
The networks director of the Killeen, Texas, school system talks about how the district has worked with telecoms to make remote learning possible.
Federal stimulus funds are helping states fill the gaps in anticipated revenues as they craft their fiscal year 2020 budgets.
A pair of databases gives education companies and other organizations insights on the school reopening policies in states and school districts.
The FCC investigations that led to the settlement were related to work IBM did for the New York City public schools and the El Paso school district in Texas.
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 U.S. House has passed a bipartisan and nonbinding resolution to create a national AI strategy that, in part, highlights the need for continued planning in the area of education and AI.
An Illinois charter school management company recently resolved allegations that it rigged bidding processes for E-Rate contracts it awarded for hot spots and internet connectivity.
Several state ballot measures in November’s election could collectively pour tens of millions of new dollars into K-12 education, creating new money for districts to work with during rocky economic times.