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.
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.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey asked district officials about when during the year they make their most important decisions about adding programs to the budget, or cutting them.
The EdWeek Market Brief online summit, held June 7-9, will allow companies to hear from district administrators from LAUSD; Clark County, Nev.; Wake County, N.C.; Chicago; Baltimore; Oakland, Calif., and more.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey asked K-12 officials how they measure whether students are truly engaged with products.
The Jacobs Foundation is putting $44 million into a project to encourage venture capital firms to demand more evidence from the companies in their portfolios.
School districts in Florida and elsewhere have traditionally relied on their states’ adoption processes — rightly or wrongly — as means of judging the quality of curricular materials.
State education commissioner Richard Corcoran’s decision represents an escalation of Republican state officials’ efforts to bring cultural fights into discussions of classroom materials.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey asked district administrators about how K-12 staffing upheaval is affecting their interactions with companies.
Big education organizations, including Cambium Learning, AVID, and ETS named new top executives at the ASU+GSV summit, or in the run-up to it.