An analysis found that districts have stepped up their purchasing to support special needs students, and for digital learning tools–the two fastest-growing segments of the education sector.
To simplify the materials adoption process and ensure consistency and standards alignment, districts are turning to third-party curriculum reviews and evaluation tools.
An exclusive online survey of 500 district leaders ranks their buying priorities for formative testing products and shows preferences by region and size of district.
Curriculum is the top purchasing priority of 2018, a new, exclusive EdWeek Market Brief survey of K-12 district leaders suggests.
The CEO of a digital learning games company talks about her efforts to build a system that creates better data and a common vocabulary to measure the effectiveness of games.
LearnZillion, an American curriculum provider is working with the Lemann Foundation and a Brazilian platform called Nova Escola to provide lessons aligned to the academic standards of the South American country.
California district seeks digital notification system and Nashville pursues online credit recovery.
A new emphasis on English conversation skills in Japan is creating space for new products that help teachers and students improve their language skills.
A new survey from the International Literacy Association finds that what many teachers regard as “hot” in national conversations about literacy isn’t what they think is most important.
Past and present members of the International Literacy Association, most of whom were teachers or literacy/instructional coaches, and other teachers, academics, government workers and literacy professionals were asked to rate a set of 17 topics related to literacy on how “hot” and how “important” the topics are in their communities and in their countries.
Ohio’s third biggest district is looking to hire public affairs consultants, while an Oklahoma district is looking for special education services.