An EdWeek Market Brief survey asks about how districts plan to spend federal money — on social-emotional learning, curriculum, PD and other needs — over the next two years.
As we start a new decade, EdWeek Market Brief checked in with two ed-tech CEOs to learn what they think the future holds for the industry as it serves K-12 schools.
The Nashville school system is looking to purchase a “STEAM” program, and the Kansas City district has put out an RFP for web-based assessment.
Educators’ influence on district purchasing decisions varies by the type of product that’s being marketed to their school systems.
Three Democratic senators requested information on the data-collection practices of a group of ed-tech companies from across the industry.
Renaissance has acquired Early Learning Labs, while Nearpod will acquire Flocabulary and Instructure is purchasing MasteryConnect.
Hawaii is looking for PD focused on computer science, and a Tennessee district is planning to buy formative assessments.
A study based on 2 billion data points identified the top 40 ed-tech products used in schools during 2017-18, according to Lea(r)n Inc.
The government of Egypt has reached an agreement with ACT to use the Iowa-based testing provider’s exams for college admissions, summative assessments, and other purposes.
Five companies–IO Education, Illuminate Education, Key Data Systems, SchoolCity, and Alpine Achievement–have been merged into a new Illuminate Education by Insight Venture Partners, an investment firm.