An EdWeek Market Brief survey looks into how much districts are spending on difference types of devices the funding sources they count on.
A-Street, a year-old venture capital firm, is placing a big emphasis on supporting effective curriculum, says co-founder Marc Sternberg.
Teachers’ tech skills may have improved after years of remote learning, but they’re looking for quality, not quantity, in the way these skills continue to be developed.
Users will have to manually export files before their accounts close at the end of September.
There were 213 total mergers and acquisitions in the first six months of this year, compared to 244 during the same period a year ago.
Districts’ internet connectivity has vastly improved, but the sheer number of tech devices and tools that operate on them is creating new needs.
A district in Connecticut is looking for substitute staffing services, while a Massachusetts school system seeks a strategic communications consultant.
While some see breakthrough learning opportunities in the immersive world, others worry about students’ capacity to use it responsibly.
Districts in Washington state are experimenting with a mix of traditional commercial and openly licensed resources, says Barbara Soots, who oversees support of OER in schools.
Despite new flexibility provided by the federal government, K-12 systems face complicated decisions in preparing for the the eventual loss of emergency stimulus aid.