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    Already registered? Click here to access the webinar. A small but growing number of school systems have begun using outcomes-based contracts, or agreements that directly tie vendors’ pay to achieving specific performance metrics. So far, those contracts have focused on tutoring, but there is interest among some school districts in expanding them to other areas of the budget. In this webinar, we talk with school district officials about these agreements, how effective they’ve been so far, and what’s next. Our audience will come away with the following: 
    • An inside look at the metrics that the contracts are establishing for vendors – and for school districts, for quality implementation – and the incentives tied meeting them. 
    • Perspective from school district officials that are using the contracts on why they structured the deals the way they did, and their expectations for using them going forward. 
    • A look at national survey results on how open districts are to using outcomes-based agreements with companies. 
    Join us for great insights and conversation. 

    Speakers:

    David Saleh Rauf
    David Saleh Rauf

    Contributing Writer, EdWeek Market Brief

    Michelle Caffrey
    Michelle Caffrey

    Staff Writer, EdWeek Market Brief

    Guests:

    Rosa Garcia
    Rosa Garcia

    Executive Director, Purchasing and Contracting, Colorado Springs School District 11

    Tamara Acevedo
    Tamara Acevedo

    Chief Academic Officer, Colorado Springs School District 11

    LaToya B. Blackshear

    Director of Planning and Evaluation, Jackson Public School District

    Brittany Miller

    Director, Outcomes Based Contracting, Southern Education Foundation

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    These are dynamic times for school district budgets, and for their prioritization of new areas of spending. The economy is still strong, but worries about the federal “funding cliff” persist. In this webinar, EdWeek Market Brief’s editorial team will take you through the trends we’re seeing districts purchasing, as judged from both our weekly reporting on the content of school district RFPs, and from data we’ve collected from school district officials. Attendees will come away with the following:

    • Analysis from EdWeek Market Brief’s reporters on trends they have seen across hundreds of RFPs released by school districts over the past year, asking for products in curriculum, ed-tech platforms and devices, data management systems, and much more.
    • Insights from our reporting on how school districts are making decisions about future spending, as districts face a September 2024 deadline to commit stimulus funding.
    • A snapshot of our original survey data on which areas districts expect to spend more or less in the next year.

    Speakers:

    Michelle Caffrey
    Michelle Caffrey

    Staff Writer, EdWeek Market Brief

    Emma Kate Fittes
    Emma Kate Fittes

    Staff Writer, EdWeek Market Brief

    Alexandria Ng
    Alexandria Ng

    Staff Writer, EdWeek Market Brief

    Moderator:

    Sean Cavanagh
    Sean Cavanagh

    Managing Editor, EdWeek Market Brief

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    Already registered? Click here to access the webinar. Many education companies count on classroom educators to take up their products, spread the word about those products’ benefits, and become champions when vendors push for district-wide adoption. But how much freedom do teachers actually have to test out digital tools without central office approval? In this webinar, we’ll take a look at survey data that speaks to teachers’ roles in driving ed-tech usage in school systems, and discuss what their level of influence means for vendors trying to create products that will win over classroom educators. Attendees will come away with the following:
    • An analysis of EdWeek Market Brief survey data looking at what level of freedom teachers have in choosing products;
    • Insights on when teachers make product recommendations, who in the school district they speak to about their preferences; and
    • Perspective from a school district official on how their school system set policies for teachers’ testing of ed tech.

    Speakers:

    Karl Rectanus

    Senior Vice President, K-12 Strategy, Instructure

    Chantell Manahan

    Director of Technology, Steuben County Metropolitan School District, Indiana

    Alexandria Ng
    Alexandria Ng

    Staff Writer, EdWeek Market Brief

    Sean Cavanagh
    Sean Cavanagh

    Managing Editor, EdWeek Market Brief

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    Already registered? Click here to access the webinar. School funding appears to be in a good place, but how long will it last? In this webinar, EdWeek Market Brief and our expert guests will take a look at the condition of education funding as we enter a new school year – and what the landscape looks like for education companies in the market. We’ll examine the overall impact of state and federal revenues flowing into K-12, and what that means for the spending priorities playing out in school systems in the 2023-24 academic year. And we’ll look ahead at what may happen with budgets and revenues beyond this year. The webinar will deliver the following:
    • Insights from two of the country’s top school funding experts on the condition of K-12 state and local budgets, and where things are headed.
    • A breakdown on how big external forces – including shifts in student enrollment, the state of the economy, and continued inflationary pressures – will shape school district budgets, and potential discretionary spending on classroom and central-office needs.
    • A look at how the coming loss of federal stimulus aid is likely to affect district budgeting over the next few years.
     

    Speakers:

    Michael Griffith
    Michael Griffith

    Senior Researcher and Policy Analyst, Learning Policy Institute

    Dan Thatcher
    Dan Thatcher

    Senior Fellow, National Conference of State Legislatures

    Emma Kate Fittes
    Emma Kate Fittes

    Staff Writer, EdWeek Market Brief

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    Already registered? Click here to access the webinar. The unraveling of Silicon Valley Bank jolted the universe of education companies who had counted on the institution and had come to regard it as the “bank of innovation,” in the words of one ed-tech leader. What will be the long-term implications of the bank’s implosion on the work of education startup companies, and on investors who seek to help those fledgling businesses grow? What options are left for entrepreneurs looking for reliable and creative financial support? In this webinar, EdWeek Market Brief stages a discussion with entrepreneurs and investors on how SVB’s fall changes the landscape for education companies, and for investors. Attendees will come away with valuable insights on the following:
    • Where ed-tech startups will turn for financial support now that SVB is no longer an option
    • How SVB’s undoing fits into a broader slowdown of venture capital investment into K-12 education, and how venture capitalists are expanding their portfolios or retrenching
    • More broadly, what are the prospects for innovation in a market where creative and flexible lending may now be harder to come by?

    Speakers:

    Ash Kaluarachchi

    CEO & Managing Director, StartEd

    Douglas Lynch
    Douglas Lynch

    Managing Director, USC Rossier Education Technology Accelerator

    Jason Palmer
    Jason Palmer

    General Partner, New Markets Venture Partners

    Michelle Caffrey
    Michelle Caffrey

    Staff Writer, EdWeek Market Brief

    Sean Cavanagh
    Sean Cavanagh

    Managing Editor, EdWeek Market Brief

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    Already registered? Click here to access the webinar. School districts have seen their budgets swell in recent years because of strong economic growth, robust tax revenues, and a huge amount of federal stimulus funding. But now, many K-12 systems face uncertainty because of declining student enrollments and the end of federal emergency aid. And no one seems sure where the economy is headed. In this webinar, EdWeek Market Brief will get a national and local school district perspective on what’s next for school systems, and ultimately for the school companies tasked with delivering products and services in curriculum, assessment, PD, social-emotional learning, and other areas. Webinar attendees will gain the following:
    • Survey results taken from districts on how many of them are experiencing enrollment drops, and how they expect it to affect their budgets
    • Insights on how budgetary pressures could affect district spending, and what they are likely to cut or spare from cuts
    • On-the-ground perspective from district officials on how they’re managing these pressures, and what they will prioritize in future spending.
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    Speakers:

    Robert Lowry
    Robert Lowry

    Deputy Director, New York State Council of School Superintendents

    Brent Ringo
    Brent Ringo

    Chief Financial Officer, Garland (Texas) Independent School District

    Marguerite Roza
    Marguerite Roza

    Director of the Edunomics Lab and Research Professor, Georgetown University

    Alexandria Ng
    Alexandria Ng

    Staff Writer, EdWeek Market Brief

    Sean Cavanagh
    Sean Cavanagh

    Managing Editor, EdWeek Market Brief

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    Already registered? Click here to access the webinar. School systems across the country continue to wrestle with how to help students recover from severe academic setbacks experienced during the pandemic. District administrators and classroom educators have tried to set in motion strategies to accurately assess where students need the most support, and what kinds of interventions, from tutoring to out-of-school support to a revamping of existing lessons, will provide the most help. In this webinar, EdWeek Market Brief will take an in-depth look at the barriers school districts face in addressing unfinished learning, and what support they need from education companies delivering curriculum, assessment, PD, data-analysis, and other products. The webinar will offer:
    • An in-depth discussion of the approaches being used by districts to assess students’ academic strengths and weaknesses over the past two years
    • Original survey data collected from K-12 officials by EdWeek Market Brief on which academic subjects/grade levels need the most attention in addressing unfinished learning, the biggest hurdles they see in going about that work, and the assessment models they favor
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    Speakers:

    Robert N. Bixler
    Robert N. Bixler

    Associate Superintendent, Curriculum and Digital Learning, Orange County Public Schools, Fla.

    Emma Dorn
    Emma Dorn

    Senior Knowledge Expert, McKinsey & Company

    Emma Kate Fittes
    Emma Kate Fittes

    Staff Writer, EdWeek Market Brief

    Jusmar Maness
    Jusmar Maness

    Chief Academic Officer, Guilford County Schools

    Moderator:

    Sean Cavanagh
    Sean Cavanagh

    Managing Editor, EdWeek Market Brief

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    Already registered? Click here to access the webinar. The Nov. 8 election has potentially huge implications for education policy and practice -- and for the companies delivering curriculum, assessment, PD, ed tech, and other products and services to schools. In this webinar, we’ll talk about what shifts in political power at both the state and federal level will mean for companies trying to figure out the future of school funding, academic recovery, and classroom practice. Our attendees will come away with insights on the following:
    • Whether new state legislative dynamics and shifting economic conditions will change funding prospects for school districts.
    • How key state ballot items in markets like California, Colorado, Massachusetts, and West Virginia will change the funding and policy landscape.
    • How party control of U.S. Congress will affect the money and policy directed to states and districts.
    • How Republican candidates’ pledges to further restrict lessons on race and general will shape expectations for district curriculum.
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    Speakers:

    David DeSchryver
    David DeSchryver

    Senior Vice-President and Co-Director of Research, Whiteboard Advisors

    David Saleh Rauf
    David Saleh Rauf

    Contributing Writer, EdWeek Market Brief

    Libby Stanford
    Libby Stanford

    Staff Writer, Politics and Policy, Education Week

    Moderator:

    Sean Cavanagh
    Sean Cavanagh

    Managing Editor, EdWeek Market Brief

  • FREE for Market Brief Enterprise Members (Enter Your MB Coupon Code at Checkout). Get your promo code here. For non-members:
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    Already registered? Click here to access the webinar. New EdWeek Market Brief research shows that many teachers entering the profession say they do not have the skills needed to use technology effectively, or innovatively. Learn from leading teacher college officials and teachers on what supports new educators need the most and discuss how products can be designed in ways that promote ease-of-use for teachers while driving student engagement and creative classroom approaches. You’ll gain insights into:
    • Survey data collected from teachers on where their tech skills fall short
    • Practical advice for companies on product features that can enable teachers' ease of use
    • Guidance on how to support teachers who may need additional tech support
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    Speakers:

    Greg Bagby
    Greg Bagby

    Coordinator of Instructional Technology, Hamilton County Schools, Tennessee

    Michelle Caffrey
    Michelle Caffrey

    Staff Writer, EdWeek Market Brief

    Jennie Chiu
    Jennie Chiu

    Associate Professor of Education, University of Virginia School of Education and Human Development

    Brent Maddin
    Brent Maddin

    Executive Director, Next Education Workforce Initiative; Interim Co-Director, Division of Teacher Preparation, Arizona State University Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College

    Moderator:

    Emma Kate Fittes
    Emma Kate Fittes

    Staff Writer, EdWeek Market Brief

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    Already registered? Click here to access the webinar. Get practical advice from EdWeek Market Brief on how you can work with districts to support effective implementation of your products. It’s one of the biggest complaints that school districts have of education companies: They sell an educational product, and then fail to follow up by making sure it’s implemented correctly. Vendors also become frustrated when districts aren’t using products the way that they’re designed to be used. You’ll also receive critical results from original EdWeek Market Brief survey data on what districts expect from companies in implementing their programs. *The original version of this webinar included survey data that was preliminary, not final. The correct data is provided in the resources tab. Image Credit: Getty

    Speakers:

    Adam D. Fried
    Adam D. Fried

    Superintendent, Harrington Park (N.J.) School District

    Linda Chaput
    Linda Chaput

    CEO, Agile Mind Inc.

    Sean Cavanagh
    Sean Cavanagh

    Managing Editor, EdWeek Market Brief

    Moderator:

    Emma Kate Fittes
    Emma Kate Fittes

    Staff Writer, EdWeek Market Brief

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    Already registered? Click here to access the webinar. Many organizations in the K-12 market like the idea of building an evidence or research base for their products, to show district buyers they’re improving outcomes in schools. But they often aren’t sure how to go about that research–and in trying, they may make mistakes that waste time and money. EdWeek Market Brief will be joined by a pair of researchers who work directly with companies on this process. We’ll talk about the standards set by the product-evaluation program they direct–Evidence for ESSA (The Every Student Succeeds Act)–how their program is evolving, and what advice they give to education companies trying to conduct research that matters to school districts. Image Credit: Getty

    Speakers:

    Amanda Neitzel
    Amanda Neitzel

    Deputy Director, Center for Research and Reform in Education, Johns Hopkins University

    Steven M. Ross

    Professor and Director, Center for Research and Reform in Education, Johns Hopkins University

    Michael Haugh
    Michael Haugh

    Program Evaluator II, Office of Achievement and Accountability, Baltimore City Public Schools

    Christopher Wohn
    Christopher Wohn

    Director of Research Services, Office of Achievement and Accountability, Baltimore City Public Schools

    Moderator:

    Sean Cavanagh
    Sean Cavanagh

    Managing Editor, EdWeek Market Brief

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    Already registered? Click here to access the webinar. School districts across the country–backed by a massive influx of federal emergency aid–are heavily investing in tutoring and intervention, in an effort to help students recover from academic setbacks they experienced during the pandemic. In this webinar, we’ll look at what tutoring strategies districts are choosing, and what challenges they face. Attendees will come away with the following:
    • New EdWeek Market Brief survey data collected from K-12 officials across the country on the types of approaches in tutoring and features they want from intervention programs
    • A discussion with a district official and tutoring organization on what the tutoring landscape looks like, and how K-12 needs have taken shape during the pandemic
    • Insights from EdWeek Market Brief’s reporting on how tutoring companies and districts are choosing strategies and finding tutors capable of helping students
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    Speakers:

    Darrin Brozene

    Principal, Baltimore Design School

    Shannon Trejo

    Chief Academic Officer, Dallas Independent School District

    Ryan Patenaude
    Ryan Patenaude

    Senior Vice President and Co-Founder, FEV Tutor

    Moderators:

    Sean Cavanagh
    Sean Cavanagh

    Managing Editor, EdWeek Market Brief

    David Saleh Rauf
    David Saleh Rauf

    Contributing Editor, EdWeek Market Brief

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    Already registered? Click here to access the webinar. International private schools–which serve nearly 6 million students on more than 12,000 campuses worldwide–have boomed in recent years. Many education companies have scrambled to deliver products in curriculum, professional development, assessment, technology, and other areas that meet those schools’ needs. In this webinar, EdWeek Market Brief will lead a discussion on the key demands of vendors that have emerged from these schools, how their needs have changed during the pandemic, and what’s ahead as they try to emerge from COVID-19. Attendees will come away with the following:
    • New insights from ISC Research – which studies international private schools -- about key purchasing priorities in the sector, and which school officials make buying decisions;
    • The perspective of company officials who have worked in international schools on how to establish relationships with them, and mistakes to avoid; and
    • How regulatory and policy changes in key markets – like China – have affected international schools and vendors’ ability to work with them.
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    Speakers:

    Diane Glass
    Diane Glass

    Commercial Director, ISC Research

    Jorge A. Navarro
    Jorge A. Navarro

    Vice President, Strategic Relationships, Curriculum Associates

    Arno Krug
    Arno Krug

    Chief Executive Officer, Maple Bear

    Sean Cavanagh
    Sean Cavanagh

    Managing Editor, EdWeek Market Brief

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    Already registered? Click here to access the webinar. Over the past decade, education companies from across the globe, including the United States, have viewed China as a highly desirable market for selling a wide variety of products and services. But now, the Chinese government has imposed strict new regulations on the tutoring that companies can offer. It’s just the latest in a series of changes by the Chinese government that have big implications for organizations trying to serve students, parents, and schools in the market. In this webinar, we’ll talk with experts who understand the regulations and what they mean for education companies. Attendees will come away with:
    • A detailed breakdown of what we know of the restrictions on tutoring companies and how they’re being enforced;
    • An in-depth look at broader regulations imposed on foreign education companies over the past few years; and
    • Takeaways on how education companies can position their products to withstand big policy shifts in the Chinese market.
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    Speakers:

    Yong Zhao
    Yong Zhao

    Foundation Distinguished Professor, University of Kansas; Professor in Educational Leadership, Melbourne Graduate School of Education (Australia)

    Victor Hu
    Victor Hu

    Managing Partner and Co-Founder, Lumos Capital Group

    Daniele Saccardi
    Daniele Saccardi

    Campaigns Manager, Inbound Marketing, Preply

    Brian Bradley
    Brian Bradley

    Staff Writer, EdWeek Market Brief

    Sean Cavanagh
    Sean Cavanagh

    Managing Editor, EdWeek Market Brief

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    Already registered? Click here to access the webinar. School districts are returning to in-person classes this fall -- and trying to return to some version of normalcy from the depths of COVID. But K-12 officials and companies see signs that the pandemic has brought lasting changes to the expectations that districts have for products, and for the companies serving them. In this webinar, EdWeek Market Brief brings together education company executives and district officials for a focused discussion of how schools’ experiences with remote learning, and new forms of instruction and product support may have permanently altered the market. Attendees to this webinar will come away with:
    • Original EdWeek Market Brief survey results from district officials about what kinds of products they see becoming more essential, in the post-pandemic school environment.
    • Insights on what kinds of products district are demand this fall – for many districts, the first full semester of in-person learning.
    • A discussion of how demand for specific product areas – such as curriculum, professional development, and data and tech platforms – are likely to change because of new district needs.
    • And more…
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    Speakers:

    Emma Kate Fittes
    Emma Kate Fittes

    Staff Writer, EdWeek Market Brief

    Sean Cavanagh
    Sean Cavanagh

    Managing Editor, EdWeek Market Brief

    Lorrie Owens
    Lorrie Owens

    Chief Technology Officer, San Mateo County Office of Education

    Erez Pikar
    Erez Pikar

    CEO, Trox

    Kelly Stuart
    Kelly Stuart

    President & Chief Operating Officer, Center for the Collaborative Classroom

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    Already registered? Click here to access the webinar. The COVID-19 pandemic forced a sudden retreat from districts being willing and able to meet with companies in-person – for professional development sessions, on-site school visits, pilots of products, and face-to-face conferences. How close are school districts to returning to pre-pandemic norms? In this webinar, EdWeek Market Brief will break down recent survey data collected from K-12 officials about their appetite for meeting with companies, now, at the start of this school year, and a year from now. Join us to learn about the following:
    • Which types of in-person meetings are moving forward, and which ones are still a no-go;
    • How differences in district policy vary by size of the school district, region of the country, and other factors;
    • Data on how companies’ plans to send staff to in-person events compares with district plan;
    • Insights on EdWeek Market Brief’s reporting and data about the instructional model (fully in-person, vs. hybrid) that districts intend to follow in the fall, and how that could impact company practices.
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    Speakers:

    Alex Harwin
    Alex Harwin

    Research Analyst, EdWeek Research Center

    Katie Topping
    Katie Topping

    Executive Vice President of Marketing and Communication, NWEA

    Moderator:

    Sean Cavanagh
    Sean Cavanagh

    Managing Editor, EdWeek Market Brief

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