An EdWeek Market Brief survey asked district and school leaders what kinds of evidence they need to see in evaluating products.
In this Two Minute Tip, Dana Bryson, senior vice president of social impact at Study.com, talks about why ed-tech companies need to invest in building evidence for their products.
Many education companies would like to conduct research on their products but aren’t sure how to partner with universities and other researchers.
The longtime education organization ETS is joining an federally-funded effort to research and develop new artificial intelligence technologies
The federal agency has released new guidance for evaluating ed-tech tools — a move that speaks to the uncertainty among districts and vendors about standards under the law.
The assessment provider says changes to the teacher-preparation exam can open doors to more aspiring educators, though critics worry about reinforcing biases and barriers to entry.
Eleven countries — though not the U.S. — have officially endorsed and implemented a K–12 AI curriculum, a new report finds.
The executive director of an ed-tech accelerator at the University of Pennsylvania sees a growing demand from districts for research that backs up products.
A new analysis by CALDER finds that districts are struggling to implement ambitious plans focused on academic recovery from the pandemic.
The mapping tool aims to help researchers identify similar projects so that they can work together, avoid duplicative efforts, and bridge gaps across the field.