State spending for K-12 rose by 4 percent from 2016 to 2017, even as tax revenues were relatively stagnant, according to the National Association of State Budget Officers.
Companies and district officials should pay close attention to factors such as an item’s placement on the ballot, what projects are being proposed, and voter demographics.
The Philadelphia school district is seeking a resource-planning system, and a Florida school system wants to buy an assortment of tech devices and software.
Recent policy changes in Florida could dramatically shape district policy in areas such as charter school growth and Title I spending.
The success of the program will hinge on the training of teachers and administrators, as well as its connections with existing systems, one nonprofit leader advises.
Many district leaders are pessimistic about their budgets over the coming year, but there are differences across regions of the United States.
Business executives are looking at ways that helping districts with data can boost schools’ ability to respond to requirements under the Every Student Succeeds Act.
The U.S. Department of Education’s Small Business Innovation Research program provides grants to early-stage ed-tech companies.
Even though Texas’ K-12 budget offers limited funding to districts, it creates opportunities for education companies that can help schools reduce costs.
On Monday, Aug. 7 at 2 p.m. EST, EdWeek Market Brief will host a webinar to answer questions about the state of K-12 budgets during the 2017-18 school year.