An EdWeek Market Brief survey finds that district and school leaders see technology as playing an important role in helping teachers and students address issues of diversity.
A top reviewer of games at Common Sense Media talks about how companies can develop products that provide feedback to students, and capitalize on their motivation.
Knowing whether to invest time and money in a promising product for schools requires market research and asking challenging questions.
Israel-based ed-tech startup TinyTap has secured an $8.5 million funding round, which it will use for staff expansion and product development.
A panel of superintendents at the annual ASU+GSV Summit talk about what they’re prioritizing in the next generation of ed-tech tools.
A number of tools meant to expose student work produced by artificial intelligence tools have come onto the market.
State restrictions on curriculum, private school expansion, and efforts to recruit and retain teachers are top of mind for district officials.
The CEO of ETS, Amit Sevak, sees opportunities for innovation in the new demands schools and society have for tests.
Ed-tech funding in European markets has fallen over the last year, although not as much as some other regions around the globe.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey asks K-12 officials which company outreach strategies at big education events leave a lasting impression.