Both established companies and startups can help themselves in pilot tests by providing cost estimates, offering excellent technical support, and building buy-in across a district.
Survey of 3,000 educators shows how much purchasing influence drops for teachers, school administrators, and district leaders as the cost of curricula goes up.
The What Works Clearinghouse will be updating information about costs for interventions it has evaluated, said Mark Schneider, the director of the Institute of Education Sciences.
A watchdog organization is questioning whether a cooperative purchasing program that relies on Amazon’s online marketplace is hurting businesses in local communities around the country.
Susan Enfield runs a high-profile district in Washington state, and wants you to understand what superintendents are up against in procurement.
India’s rapid economic growth has fueled increasing demand for private education, but education companies often struggle to find a sufficiently big, stable market.
CB Insights did a postmortem on why startup companies fail–a chronicle of missteps that may offer lessons for K-12 companies.
Student licenses for popular math and literacy products are being used more than they were two years ago, with better results, according to Lea(r)n.
The Philadelphia school district is seeking a resource-planning system, and a Florida school system wants to buy an assortment of tech devices and software.
District leaders surveyed for EdWeek Market Brief offer tips for how company representatives can optimize their initial meetings with K-12 officials.