Legislation headed to Gov. Greg Abbott’s desk creates new incentives for districts to buy state-approved materials.
A district in Texas is looking for classroom and instructional materials, while a Maryland school system seeks an adaptive reading program.
The federal agency has released new guidance for evaluating ed-tech tools — a move that speaks to the uncertainty among districts and vendors about standards under the law.
A $4.6 million grant will support a Southern Education Foundation program that helps school districts put performance-based metrics in contracts.
Byju’s co-founder Divya Gokulnath talks about the company’s intentions with the U.S. marketplace, how it’s thinking about AI, and the biggest challenges facing education.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey asked K-12 officials how often school boards get involved in purchasing decisions, and what factors lead them to halt the process.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey finds that many K-12 officials would like to keep or add to the level of tech in their classrooms, despite misgivings in some districts.
Eleven countries — though not the U.S. — have officially endorsed and implemented a K–12 AI curriculum, a new report finds.
Implementation of new products or curriculums often fall short of leaving room for educators to process the change, says TNTP Partner Deborah Helms.
Social-emotional learning is enormously popular in school districts, and has research backing, but it has come under criticism from Florida officials.