North America accounted for 52 percent of the $4.2 billion school furniture market in 2018, according to a report from Grand View Research.
The survey has implications for companies trying to understand whether districts of different sizes have the tech infrastructure to support digital products at various grade levels.
An analysis of schools’ usage of popular literacy and math ed-tech products shows that implementation is improving, but dramatic savings may be possible by evaluating what goes unused.
A new EdWeek Market Brief special report, based on a nationally representative survey of K-12 leaders, gives companies insights on the kinds of PD districts expect.
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt plans to cut 20 percent of its product development costs over the next three years, as it moves to a continuous delivery model.
In designing products backed by research, K-12 vendors need to know where to focus their internal resources, and when to seek outside expertise.
The U.S.-based virtual reality company zSpace has made inroads in China through a combination of careful planning and the use of strategic sales channels.
Silver McDonald, the general manager of LEGO Education North America, says students need products that will teach them about collaboration, innovation, and coding to develop skills for careers of the future.
The education market is expected to grow at an annual rate of 3 percent over the next several years, with openings for companies improving learning outcomes.
A report by the New Schools Venture Fund and Gallup finds that educators overwhelmingly trust other educators, when it comes to judging ed-tech products.