There are several key questions about what kinds of technologies are eligible for funding under a new, $7 billion program overseen by the FCC to improve students at-home internet access.
EdWeek Market Brief asked district administrators in a survey about their print versus digital mix — and what factors lead them to stick with print.
Many school systems applying for E-rate funding this year are focused on a new set of needs, and their shifting priorities have implications for ed-tech companies.
EdWeek Market Brief asked district and school leaders and principals what tools they need but aren’t getting to do hybrid teaching effectively.
Indianapolis Schools Superintendent Aleesia Johnson talks about how the how the district’s recent, massive tech investments will shape its opportunities, and its needs.
A California school district is seeking to buy a student information system; a state education agency is looking for a virtual education platform to increase access to advanced coursework.
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.
The Denver public schools are looking to buy social-emotional learning resources, and the Detroit public schools are looking for an online platform to help families choose and enroll in schools.
Fort Worth ISD wants drone equipment, software, and services for career-technical education, while the Wake County schools in North Carolina are looking for cloud security.
EdWeek Market Brief’s research shows that districts have made huge gains in internet access over the past few years, but those upgrades have been offset by COVID-era connectivity barriers.