For many educators, the path from the classroom to the corporate world can be daunting. Former teachers and company officials say they’ve learned important lessons about how businesses can make the transition easier.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey of K-12 businesses finds that a strong majority are projecting that their revenues will rise — a dramatic turnabout from last year, when they were asked about their prospects during the depths of the pandemic.
A school district in New Jersey wants professional services for student support while Mesa Public Schools in Arizona is adopting an English language arts core curriculum for grades 6-8.
Two state departments of education are looking for a digital English learner language curricular program and professional learning for early learning math coaches.
Vendors need to guarantee strong customer service, integration with learning management systems, and strict data privacy, say a pair of K-12 tech leaders from Indiana.
Education companies are making sure they have technology and plans in place in case the new COVID variant ends up disrupting in-person learning this school year.
The largest district in Maryland is seeking professional learning for bilingual and biliteracy programs, while a district in New Jersey is soliciting bids for online math and science simulations.
Researchers for the EdTech Genome Project identified 10 variables they believe matter most to schools’ successful selection and implementation of new technology.
K-12 media and tech overtook professional learning services as the education market segment with the highest activity, as acquisitions totaled nearly $20 billion in the first half of 2021.
EdWeek Market Brief spoke to Metro Nashville Public Schools’ Coordinator of Trauma-Informed Schools Mary Crnobori about what “trauma-informed” means, and what SEL tools are missing from the current market.