State laws affecting the deletion of student information and other practices can have a big impact on education companies, says Tyler Park of the Future of Privacy Forum.
The future of the science education is likely to be blend of hands-on and digital components, predicts Christine Anne Royce, the past president of the National Science Teaching Association.
Guidelines released by the influential group CASEL place an emphasis on programs and products supporting equity, and whether materials are developmentally appropriate for students.
School systems’ demands for devices, both in the U.S. and internationally, has surged during COVID, even amid bottlenecks in supply, says Futuresource Consulting’s Michael Boreham.
Newsela Chief Marketing Officer Adriel Sanchez breaks down how the company arranged free access to its products during COVID and why it saw professional development as so important.
Kaya Henderson’s new company, Reconstruction, is offering supplemental curriculum meant to help a generation of Black students know their own history and culture.
Cambium Learning CEO John Campbell talks about how his company’s recent, major acquisitions of Rosetta Stone and the American Institutes for Research mesh with his organization’s strategic vision.
Parents in the preschool market are becoming more “self-directed and intentional” in seeking out services, says Roderick Morris, the president of Lovevery.
For Nearpod CEO Pep Carrera, the upside to bringing his ed-tech product to Europe, the Middle East, and other foreign markets has far outweighed the risks.
Education companies should look to help educators collaborate and master skills beyond rote, tech-based applications, says Ronn Nozoe of ASCD, a professional learning membership organization for educators.