The agency that administers the long-running National Assessment of Educational Progress is looking to bring major changes to the test through technology.
EdWeek Market Brief asked education company officials about their predictions for how school district demands for products will evolve during the coming academic year.
The acquisition affects resources that are collectively delivered to millions of students in core academic subjects.
A district in Alabama is looking for a reading and math coaching program, while a Maryland school system seeks leadership consulting.
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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.
Leaders of education companies spoke to EdWeek Market Brief about the internal and external sources of inspiration that help their organizations.
The ed-tech content provider Newsela is expanding its ability to provide real-time assessment results to its users through its acquisition of the company Formative.
EdWeek Market Brief’s new special report looks at the backgrounds of top district administrators and how they make 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.