The ed-tech sector has a key role to play in helping K-12 schools implement personalized-learning models, but big gaps remain between what schools need and what vendors are offering.
Three key leaders in a Wisconsin district explain what they’re looking for in personalized learning tools, and where existing educational technology isn’t meeting their needs.
What will K-12 look like as the school year unfolds and beyond? A Futuresource Consulting market analyst outlines 10 key trends to watch based on its research.
Texas plans to purchase math blending learning curricula, in hopes of raising achievement scores in specific districts across the state. The School Board of Broward County, Fla. wants a professional development management system, and Clear Creek Independent School District, Tex. seeks a server update.
The infusion of funds will allow the Beijing-based English language provider to continue to grow and add teaching Mandarin to its services, the company says.
The Fort Bend, Texas district is looking for a system to manage out-of-school time programs. Two districts—in Harrison County, Miss., and Obion County, Tenn.—want reading comprehension evaluations.
The U.S. Department of Education’s Small Business Innovation Research program provides grants to early-stage ed-tech companies.
We can’t expert teachers or students to change the educational experience for the better without equipping them with the right tools.
Districts’ spending on adaptive learning products has grown threefold between 2013 and 2016, according to a new analysis.
Maryland’s largest district seeks a middle school online math curriculum, and a Mississippi district wants an online professional learning platform.