The U.S. Department of Education’s National Center for Education Evaluation and Regional Assistance “is not looking for any old proposal,” a major contractor told attendees of the recent ED Games Expo.
The cloud-based software provider says its grants to school districts, including Chicago, Indianapolis, and San Francisco, have totaled $67 million over the years.
Our most widely-viewed webinars included a breakdown of the “evidence” standards in the Every Student Succeeds Act, and a look at how companies can improve district’s usage of their ed-tech products.
Despite increases in school funding at the state level, district leaders are cautious about what future budgets hold, an EdWeek Market Brief survey finds.
A new Education Week special report delves into the challenges the districts face managing their money, and how they will respond if another recession hits.
New York state will be making awards to districts for PD focused on helping teachers with computer science, engineering, and/or ed-tech skills.
While the overall budget picture for education for the next fiscal year looks positive, a breakdown of individual states’ spending plans offers reasons for caution.
The Department of Education’s Small Business Innovation Research grants focus on improving teaching, learning, and school administration in education or special education
The Association of School Business Officials of New York has created a digital tool to highlight the positive economic impact of school districts throughout the state.
Bond measures are windows into district priorities, and vendors who are on top of of K-12 systems’ needs well before an item goes on the ballot can gain an advantage.