Gabriela Uro, director for ELL policy and research for the Council of the Great City Schools, says districts need content that challenges learners while improving their language skill.
In this Two Minute Tip, Dana Bryson, senior vice president of social impact at Study.com, talks about why ed-tech companies need to invest in building evidence for their products.
A technology consultant discusses the advantages companies have when including this position – and what happens when companies don’t.
Leaders of education companies spoke to EdWeek Market Brief about the internal and external sources of inspiration that help their organizations.
Instructure’s analysis looks at trends in school districts’ overall usage of digital products, and which tech tools have the most takeup.
EdWeek Market Brief’s new special report looks at the backgrounds of top district administrators and how they make buying decisions.
Many education companies would like to conduct research on their products but aren’t sure how to partner with universities and other researchers.
A top reviewer of games at Common Sense Media talks about how companies can develop products that provide feedback to students, and capitalize on their motivation.
Knowing whether to invest time and money in a promising product for schools requires market research and asking challenging questions.
A number of tools meant to expose student work produced by artificial intelligence tools have come onto the market.