Leaders of education companies spoke to EdWeek Market Brief about the internal and external sources of inspiration that help their organizations.
Detroit Public Schools’ superintendent discusses what it took to turn the district around from a history of state-controlled emergency management.
New policies in the massive South Asian nation encourage the development of holistic approaches to teaching and learning, and the cultivation of students’ critical thinking skills.
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Leaders of education organizations say there are pragmatic steps organizations can take to strengthen their businesses amid prevailing uncertainty.
A number of tools meant to expose student work produced by artificial intelligence tools have come onto the market.
State restrictions on curriculum, private school expansion, and efforts to recruit and retain teachers are top of mind for district officials.
Entrepreneurs and investors will badly miss the financial terms and other support the institution offered to early-stage companies.
At SXSW EDU, company executives and investors say a market slowdown is coming, but organizations with strong fundamentals will prevail.
Organizations across the K-12 market are investing time in field tests and research that will help them better support marginalized communities.