The two organizations share an interest in improving the use of research in ed tech, and making sure products are implemented effectively.
The mapping tool aims to help researchers identify similar projects so that they can work together, avoid duplicative efforts, and bridge gaps across the field.
The informal audience-research sessions give education businesses the opportunity to hear directly from educators about products and features.
Hiring managers and executives at companies serving K-12 districts see enormous benefits in the ideas and specialized skills that applicants from outside the education field can bring.
Ed-tech companies need to weave privacy protections into product design and the very fabric of what they do, says Linnette Attai, who consults organizations on GDPR and other regulations.
Interim testing will be the focus of new product reviews by EdReports and the National Center for the Improvement of Educational Assessment.
At a moment when many districts are investing in expansive tutoring efforts, companies are under rising pressure to prove their programs’ effectiveness.
A researcher for the Joan Ganz Cooney Center breaks down the opportunities — and risks — for school districts in adopting immersive technologies.
Businesses are rebranding products and bracing for impacts of a new regulation in China that severely clamps down on all for-profit tutoring in the country.
Digital Promise is partnering with four universities under a $20 million National Science Foundation grant to build new AI technologies.