An EdWeek Market Brief survey asks about what motivates teachers, school principals, and administrators to leave their jobs and what roles they want within businesses.
In the wake of the recent school shootings in Uvalde, Texas, spending on school security is poised to grow,
School systems’ relatively long purchasing cycles and contracts with vendors may help stave off immediate pain, but not forever.
Education companies need to think carefully about how they structure their teams, and how they protect their resources from theft, when they enter a foreign market.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey asked district and school leaders how open they are to working with new vendors, compared with the toughest early days of the pandemic.
In this video, EdWeek Market Brief Staff Writer Emma Kate Fittes talks about what vendors need to look for when they read the key district academic and financial blueprints.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey finds that teacher prep programs fail to get aspiring educators ready to evaluate, purchase, and implement ed tech.
Strategic plans offer key insights into districts’ goals and long-term vision, but a surprising number of vendors ignore them.
In a new survey, EdWeek Market Brief asked district administrators which of their K-12 peers strongly influence their view of company products.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey asked district administrators what it takes for a new vendor to break through the noise in their inboxes.