Investment in student information systems and analytical tools has soared during COVID-19 and is poised to continue for years to come, predicts Futuresource Consulting.
The pandemic has laid bare needs that education companies are trying to address with new collaborations and partnerships.
In this opinion piece, Cognitive ToyBox Partnerships Manager Nikki Navta describes lessons her company has learned from the COVID experiences of two districts it’s worked with closely.
The publicly traded company will change its name next month to better reflect its “continued growth” outside of K-12, after acquiring two career-based learning platforms.
The coronavirus has spawned demands for flexible, digitally focused products that resonate with both teachers and parents — yet the need for print endures.
A California school district is seeking to buy a student information system; a state education agency is looking for a virtual education platform to increase access to advanced coursework.
The communication platform, which has become essential for many schools, is eyeing expansion and partnerships with K-12 companies.
Education companies that either weren’t involved in education at all, or had a relatively narrow interest in it, are finding ways to serve the market during COVID-19.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey looked at what steps, including buying devices and improving students’ at-home internet connectivity, districts have taken to try to support remote learning during COVID.
The Providence, R.I., schools need curricular and instructional management systems, and Chicago’s Early Learning Support Services want help with family and community outreach.