Massachusetts is looking for a platform to prepare qualified early childhood teachers, and Florida’s Seminole County district wants a web content filtering system. In California, Cajon Valley schools chose a vendor to install multimedia displays.
District staff from the Denver and Hillsborough County, Fla., schools want specific information about how PD products pitched to them will improve the work of teachers.
Nine CEOs of education companies offer their tips for how to get the most out of every day–for themselves and their employees.
A nearly three-fold increase in appropriations for the Title IV-A block grant in the new federal budget means many districts can dedicate more funds to ed-tech training for teachers.
The Norfolk public schools, in Virginia, is seeking a system to manage teacher PD, and the Eagle Mountain-Saginaw school district, in Texas, wants to buy interactive classroom boards.
While many states are prioritizing personalized learning in their plans for accountability under the Every Student Succeeds Act, they aren’t necessarily promoting the use of technology as a path to that outcome, researchers found.
Student testing and evaluation services generated the most mentions of the federal education law, according to a review of data from across the country.
India’s rapid economic growth has fueled increasing demand for private education, but education companies often struggle to find a sufficiently big, stable market.
Parkway School District, Mo., wants a malware and virus detector, and Washington County Public Schools, Md., will buy digital textbooks in two math courses. Jersey City Public Schools seeks professional development for teachers using Google Classroom.
Curriculum is the top purchasing priority of 2018, a new, exclusive EdWeek Market Brief survey of K-12 district leaders suggests.