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.
Gustavo Balderas, named national superintendent of the year this year, looks for companies that can offer flexibility, and continuity amid change.
The leader of the State Educational Technology Directors Association has died, leaving a legacy as she worked with state and national leaders to improve education through technology policy and practice.
A procurement leader from a large Virginia school district explains what she’s learned about how procurement has to shift amid a crisis that has upended her system’s plans.
School districts in New York will receive funds for a range of uses from the $2 billion bond that launched the Smart Schools program for ed-tech.
Deloitte named its 500 fastest-growing tech companies in North America. Thirty-nine of them touch the world of education in ways big or small.