An EdWeek Market Brief survey finds that district and school leaders see technology as playing an important role in helping teachers and students address issues of diversity.
A school system in North Carolina is looking for high-dosage tutoring, while a Georgia district seeks a college and career readiness program.
Social-emotional learning is enormously popular in school districts, and has research backing, but it has come under criticism from Florida officials.
The head of a coalition that advocates for stronger broadband for schools and libraries talks about an FCC plan to allow E-rate dollars to be used for K-12 cybersecurity.
Major government spending projects on schools in global markets are helping offset — at least for now — underlying economic concerns.
Education companies need to focus on helping students return to grade level, and not just remediation, says the executive director of the Council of the Great City Schools.
The deputy superintendent of the San Antonio ISD talks about why her district and others are setting new performance metrics in tutoring and other areas.
Crushed by staffing shortages and a need to help novice teachers, districts are asking companies to make adjustments to the structure and framing of professional development.
A district in Denver is looking for ADA-compliant website management, while a New York district seeks direct internet access.
School district often don’t realize the support they will need to implement a product, and the costs it will bring.