On Oct. 16 at 2 p.m. Eastern, EdWeek Market Brief will host a webinar breaking down what K-12 companies need to know about the adult education market.
When a big partnership opportunity comes along, be ready to evaluate it and dive in.
CEOs of some of the fastest-growing K-12 companies explain why they shared financials to get on the Inc. 5000 list, along with tips to manage accelerated growth.
Ed-tech companies should solicit input from students and families, and clearly and prominently display their data-privacy policies, one parent advocate argues.
Our Sept. 11 webinar on social media strategies for education businesses will feature two Twitter chat education leaders and one of the top social media influencers in the K-12 market.
Education companies that want to understand how to win an RFP can gain insights from the chief strategy officer of the 20,000-student Rowan-Salisbury Schools in North Carolina.
District leaders surveyed for EdWeek Market Brief offer tips for how company representatives can optimize their initial meetings with K-12 officials.
The 320,000-student Clark County, Nev., district is shifting purchasing power away from the central office and putting it in the hands of individual school principals.
The vast majority of private schools in the United States serve less than 300 students, data from the National Center for Education Statistics show.
With more computing devices and ed-tech tools flowing into K-12 classrooms, teachers need increased training in how to make them meaningful in instruction, but vendors face challenges in funding.