The chief academic officer of a major Texas school district talks about how his school system transformed the process through which it selects instructional materials.
A budget measure signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom bankrolls the development of openly licensed materials at the higher education level, but it could have implications for K-12, too.
Gov. Gavin Newsom wants to channel $115 million into openly licensed resources at the college level, an effort that some advocates say could shape K-12 materials, too.
COVID-19 accelerated the rollout of Mosaic by ACT, which is being billed by the company as a comprehensive, adaptive learning solution weaving together assessments, curriculum, and social-emotional learning.
A market expert highlights his new study to examine how school districts feel about the quality of the curriculum they choose, who produces it, and the PD that goes with it.
A new study looks at what percentage of curriculum adopted by districts is created on open licenses, which allow resources to be freely shared and re-used.
The interim CEO of the ACT talks about the company’s recent acquisitions and what’s ahead for the major provider of assessment and other services.
Our survey uncovers when district leaders are most likely to rely on open educational resources.
The international organization UNESCO, which has more than 190 member countries, has approved a resolution meant to support the development of the free, shareable educational materials.
EdWeek Market Brief asked teachers about which types of digital tools make it much easier to personalize learning.