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  • 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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    • Contact us to learn about enterprise membership, including shareable access across your organization to EdWeek Market Brief’s entire COVID-19 webinar series + ongoing coverage and exclusive data aimed at helping ed companies understand quickly evolving district needs and actions required to navigate this evolving business landscape. Contact Us to Learn More
    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:
    • Purchase one-time single webinar access here, or
    • Contact us to learn about enterprise membership, including shareable access across your organization to EdWeek Market Brief’s entire COVID-19 webinar series + ongoing coverage and exclusive data aimed at helping ed companies understand quickly evolving district needs and actions required to navigate this evolving business landscape. Contact Us to Learn More
    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

  • Already registered? Click here to access the webinar. The American Rescue Plan, signed into law by President Biden last month, provides historic amounts of emergency financial relief to schools – roughly $130 billion, which school districts are expected to spend over the next three years. How are districts going to make use of this aid to address learning loss, priorities in professional development, curriculum, classroom assessment, technology, social-emotional learning, and other areas? This webinar will look at what the stimulus will mean for education companies working in school districts, and what K-12 officials will expect from those vendors. We will discuss and shed light on:
    • The results of a nationally representative survey of district officials on how they expect to spend the new stimulus funding
    • Additional EdWeek Market Brief original research on districts’ specific preferences for addressing learning loss – a core element of the federal aid – over the coming year
    • Insights from federal policy experts and district officials on rules on how the aid can be spent, and how the money is likely to be used by schools
    • And more…
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    Speakers:

    Sean Cavanagh
    Sean Cavanagh

    Managing Editor, EdWeek Market Brief

    Brian Bradley
    Brian Bradley

    Staff Writer, EdWeek Market Brief

    Reg Leichty
    Reg Leichty

    Founding Partner, Foresight Law+Policy

    John Hutchison
    John Hutchison

    Deputy Superintendent for Business and Operations, Olathe (Kan.) School District

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