School district officials talk about the most common questions vendors hoping to work with them are not prepared to answer.
EdWeek Market Brief surveyed districts on what kinds of devices they’re buying and what sources of money they’re using to pay for them.
EdWeek Market Brief takes an in-depth look at the key budgetary and policy shifts that will affect education companies working in the state with more than 5 million students.
EdWeek Market Brief surveyed school districts on whether they’re linking vendor pay to performance metrics.
A top tech official in the San Antonio Independent School Districts talks about how different teams collaborate on important policy and buying decisions.
Harvard University economist Thomas Kane talks about the difficult road ahead in learning recovery, and the standards he thinks school districts should set for vendors.
A school system in Maryland is looking for experiential learning program, while a Pennsylvania district seeks virtual tutoring.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey asked district and school leaders about how they will judge which products to cut or keep, post-stimulus, and about any backup sources of funding.
A district in California is looking for digital tutoring services for students, while a Texas school system seeks professional support services for special education.
A school system in North Carolina is looking for ERP implementation services, while a California district seeks supplemental mentoring.