A new class of special purpose acquisition companies could give rise to a constellation of publicly traded education companies, with more visibility and greater access to capital.
The pandemic has fueled demand for academic lessons outside of core curriculum, as districts seek flexibility and digital materials that engage students.
The pandemic has forced companies to change how they develop products, and what they look for in incorporating feedback from educators and families.
Many school systems applying for E-rate funding this year are focused on a new set of needs, and their shifting priorities have implications for ed-tech companies.
Investors are putting a premium on companies that have the products and expertise to span distance learning and a return to in-person lessons.
Last summer, as California’s economy was hammered by COVID-19 and Gov. Gavin Newsom floated the prospect of deep cuts to K-12 funding, schools across the nation’s most populous state started preparing for the grimmest scenarios.
In the Wasco Union Elementary School District, about two hours north of Los Angeles, that meant putting together initial budget…
Education businesses should ask their employees what support they need to be successful during COVID — and honor their success under difficult circumstances.
Low bandwidth in students’ homes poses a challenge for education companies. Here’s how they’re responding, with products and workarounds.
The pandemic has laid bare needs that education companies are trying to address to new collaborations and partnerships.
With the cancellation of sprawling, in-person conferences because of the coronavirus, vendors are turning to fast-paced, interactive virtual events that allow for engaging discussions.