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Heading Into a New School Year, How Has COVID Changed the Product Demands of K-12 Schools?

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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

Description

K-12 officials and companies see signs that the pandemic has brought lasting changes to the expectations that districts have for products. In this webinar, EdWeek Market Brief will lead a focused discussion of how schools’ experiences with remote learning, and new forms of instruction and product support have altered the market for the coming academic year, and beyond.

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.

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Duration

1 Hour

Speakers

Emma Kate Fittes, Erez Pikar, Kelly Stuart, Lorrie Owens, Sean Cavanagh

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