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A Changed K-12 Market: What Education CEOs See on the Horizon

As students in many states return in person to classrooms, executives of education technology companies say they are dealing with a market that has been altered in a number of key ways.

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California Governor Makes Push for Open Educational Resources

California Gov. Gavin Newsom speaks at Hanzo Sushi Thursday, April 29, 2021, in San Fernando, Calif. Businesses could be spared billions of dollars of higher taxes in coming years as a result of federal coronavirus relief funds flowing to the states. Newsom announced a budget plan this spring that would use $1.1 billion from the latest federal COVID-19 relief law to bolster a depleted unemployment compensation accounts. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez, file)

Gov. Gavin Newsom’s is calling for channeling $115 million to openly licensed resources at the college level, an effort that some advocates say could shape K-12 materials, too.

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The Challenge for Companies: Supporting Teachers in a Chaotic Era

Businesses in the education market face new and unfamiliar obstacles in delivering product support and professional development that spans remote, hybrid, and in-person learning environments.

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Leaping Into the Unknown: Launching a Product During a Global Pandemic

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Eager to reach new audiences and stay relevant during COVID, a number of education companies have overcome hurdles in unveiling new offerings during the ongoing health crisis.

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How School Districts Will Spend Money From the New Federal Stimulus

How will K-12 districts spend federal stimulus funding?

School systems are expected to have broad latitude to spend money from the American Rescue Plan on classroom and non-academic needs.

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How the Rise of New Publicly Traded Education Companies Will Shake Up the Market

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.

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Supplemental Curriculum Providers Say Demand Is Booming. What’s Driving It?

The pandemic has fueled demand for academic lessons outside of core curriculum, as districts seek flexibility and digital materials that engage students.

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How the Pandemic Is Challenging Companies’ Product Development

The pandemic has forced companies to change how they develop products, and what they look for in incorporating feedback from educators and families.

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The E-Rate Program: Three Pivotal Issues for Education Companies

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.

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Where Venture Capitalists Are Investing as Districts Shift to In-Person Education

Investors are putting a premium on companies that have the products and expertise to span distance learning and a return to in-person lessons.

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