Discretionary funds and federal Title I money are commonly used to cover the costs of trials, according to an exclusive survey of 500 school district leaders.
The best practice recommendations for ed-tech companies conducting research has been updated since its 2017 release by a leading industry association.
A pair of researchers who have studied virtual reality offer advice to K-12 product developer on the technology’s potential — and pitfalls to avoid.
EdWeek Market Brief will host a webinar on April 27 to help K-12 companies craft smart strategies for complying with federal, state, and local data-privacy laws.
The assessment non-profit and university are identifying “dozens of advanced research and product development initiatives” in K-12 and beyond.
App developers who can’t find educators to provide feedback on their emerging products will soon be able to find help for that through ISTE.
Education companies don’t spend enough time trying to understand the problems they’re attempting to help schools solve, says the former Palm Beach County, Fla., superintendent.
The 125-school district wants to move toward more student-centered learning as it works to close opportunity and achievement gaps.
A workshop at SXSWedu found educators and technology officers comparing notes about the critical factors that make ed-tech a success or failure in their districts.
A survey of 500 district leaders shows they want educational games backed up by research of effectiveness and that can be easily integrated into existing curricula.