Legislation headed to Gov. Greg Abbott’s desk creates new incentives for districts to buy state-approved materials.
Gov. Gavin Newsom’s new proposal for K-12 schools reflects poorer-than-expected revenue collections and less available money to spend.
A massive voter-approved state fund could lead to districts looking for new forms of curriculum, computer programming, and tech-based learning.
A NASBO review of governors’ 2024 budget proposals shows many states considering investments in mental health, teacher retention, special education and other areas.
State restrictions on curriculum, private school expansion, and efforts to recruit and retain teachers are top of mind for district officials.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey asked K-12 officials what role education companies should play in helping them navigate the cultural battles erupting in school districts.
Spending on K-12 education could take a hit for the first time in a decade, as Gov. Gavin Newsom faces economic headwinds and middling property-tax revenues.
Social-emotional learning is enormously popular in school districts, and has research backing, but it has come under criticism from Florida officials.
After three years of benefiting from federal relief dollars, school systems will face hard choices about which new products, programs, and services to spare, or cut.
Record-high state tax revenues last year have made way for increased education spending in governors’ proposed budgets for the upcoming fiscal year.