Executives of ed-tech companies worry that many managers in their organizations are “out of their depth” and not poised to promote expansion.
A new EdWeek Market Brief survey asks district and school leaders how they will cut budgets in response to declines in enrollment.
Young millennial and Generation Z ed-tech company founders are drawing upon their personal experiences with technology in designing a new class of products.
The two organizations share an interest in improving the use of research in ed tech, and making sure products are implemented effectively.
The mapping tool aims to help researchers identify similar projects so that they can work together, avoid duplicative efforts, and bridge gaps across the field.
The informal audience-research sessions give education businesses the opportunity to hear directly from educators about products and features.
EdWeek Market Brief’s fall summit on Nov. 3-4 will give education companies a window into pressing district needs, through panel discussions, briefings, and data presentations.
EdWeek Market Brief’s annual State of the Industry report for the first time this year includes survey results on company compensation and how active they will be with mergers and acquisitions.
School district leaders in Pennsylvania warn that a newly approved increase in state funding will be offset by other challenges.
The chief of research and development for the Advanced Education Research and Development Fund envisions vetting ed-tech products so they better reflect the diversity of the school population.