Demand for programs that support classroom educators is higher than ever, and companies in the industry should be prepared to respond.
Major government spending projects on schools in global markets are helping offset — at least for now — underlying economic concerns.
EdWeek Market Brief spoke to industry officials and educators about the implications of tools like ChatGPT and their potential to improve or complicate the work of schools.
Crushed by staffing shortages and a need to help novice teachers, districts are asking companies to make adjustments to the structure and framing of professional development.
EdWeek Market Brief surveyed district and school leaders on the works that have shaped their leadership and classroom practices.
EdWeek Market Brief’s editorial team offers its prognostications about what the future holds for providers in the market over the coming year.
School systems across the state of nearly 6 million public school students are investing in extended learning time, transitional kindergarten, and community schools.
The increase in FY 2022 is more modest in comparison to 2021, when federal pandemic aid increased the money flow to state budgets.
Young millennial and Generation Z ed-tech company founders are drawing upon their personal experiences with technology in designing a new class of products.
A new analysis shows K-12 needs for stronger connectivity are likely to surge in the years ahead, as districts increase their use of classroom tech and as 1-to-1 programs expand.