Ed-tech companies focused on direct-to-consumer models appear to be growing n North America, according to an analysis by HolonIQ.
EdWeek Market Brief took a deep look at the academic recovery strategies in the Orange County, Fla., Schools, efforts that appear to be producing strong gains.
Attendees at EdWeek Market Brief’s recent in-person summit submitted an array of questions, focused on how to connect with districts and how K-12 systems make decisions about cutting products.
The percentage of schools offering computer science courses jumped this year at a greater pace than it has anytime in the last five years.
Stanford University Professor Thomas Dee explains what’s known about students who’ve left K-12 systems since the pandemic, and what’s ahead.
Age of Learning has rolled out an unusually targeted program aimed at serving families outside traditional school systems.
Gabriela Uro, director for ELL policy and research for the Council of the Great City Schools, says districts need content that challenges learners while improving their language skill.
EdWeek Market Brief asked education company officials about their predictions for how school district demands for products will evolve during the coming academic year.
Recent efforts to broaden school choice and funnel state dollars to parents and private schools are raising questions about the potential implications for the sector.
EdWeek Market Brief takes an in-depth look at the key budgetary and policy shifts that will affect education companies working in the state with more than 5 million students.