An EdWeek Market Brief survey asked district officials what kinds of strategies they anticipate using to take on student academic losses during the pandemic — the so-called “COVID slide.”
Offering free products is one way that education companies have tried to pry open the door to building relationships with school districts during the chaos of the COVID-19 era.
And it’s not an isolated tactic used by a company here or there. About two-thirds of K-12 businesses have made free or discounted versions of what…
One of the chief obstacles facing education companies today in trying to figure out how to help schools is knowing whether districts are providing lessons remotely, in-person, or through some combination of both.
A new tracker, created jointly by Education Week and the Council of the Great City Schools, provides information on the reopening status of…
EdWeek Market Brief surveyed district leaders on what outreach they expect from the education companies serving their K-12 systems, after companies strike a deal.
A pair of online databases give education companies and other organizations insights on the school reopening policies in individual states and school districts.
Many school districts are cautious when it comes to taking risks. And a global pandemic would seem like an especially unlikely time for them to begin taking chances on new products delivered by unfamiliar companies.
EdWeek Market Brief recently surveyed district and school leaders on the circumstances in which they’ve worked with a vendor or organization…
EdWeek Market Brief asked district administrators, principals, and teachers what tools they need but aren’t currently getting to do hybrid teaching effectively.
EdWeek Market Brief surveyed district and school leaders about the topics they want discussed in an initial meeting with a company that will lead to a second meeting.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey asked district administrators and teachers about the most common reasons products’ fail to win educators’ confidence.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey looked at what steps, including buying devices and improving students’ at-home internet connectivity, districts have taken to try to support remote learning during COVID.