Focused, Timely Intelligence for Education Executives
Join other education company executives as you learn and collaborate about critical insights into key K-12 areas including: where district budgets are heading, top customer needs, and strategies on how to support districts as they navigate post pandemic, among many other topics.
Through exclusive district survey results, benchmarking of education company peers, perspective from district leaders and industry experts, and networking moments with your peers, the EdWeek Market Brief staff will bring you up to speed quickly. We empower you and your team to understand and provide for your K-12 customer’s needs and plan strategy for the industry’s next big changes.
NOTE: While we do invite District and School leaders to participate on panels and in social functions, this is to foster learning and professional development for the service provider community. EdWeek Market Brief is not an opportunity for commercial activity.
Hear straight from K-12 buyers as you gain access to research, surveys, and lively panels that bring their needs alive. Featuring our time-tested EdMarketer research, you’ll gain leading insights on hot topics helping you understand the changing buyer landscape.
Join other Education Leaders as we focus on sharing solutions for today’s complex education challenges and strategies. Hear from District Leaders on how they’re thinking about this school year and beyond.
Featuring 13 sessions presented by award-winning journalists and editors of EdWeek Market Brief, packed with valuable insights on where K-12 district budgets are heading and how best to support districts as they struggle with reopening.
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Network with and learn from other executives this November! Our attendees come from leading-edge education technology companies, big education publishers with legacy brands, and small start-ups, making a name for themselves in the K-12 marketplace. In Dallas, you’ll be meeting colleagues from the organizations listed below (just to name a few!)
240 Tutoring | Accelerate Learning | Aperture Education | Big Ideas Math / Larson Texts | Boys Town | Branching Minds | Brolly | BYU Independent Study | C. Blohm & Associates | Cambium Learning | Capstone Publishing | Cengage Group | CenterPoint Education Solutions | College Board | Committee for Children | Cook Center for Human Connection | Copyright Clearance Center | ECS Learning Systems | Ed2Market | Edmentum | EiE, Museum of Science, Boston | EL Education | EL Success Forum | English Learners Success Forum | Equal Opportunity Schools | EVERFI | Gale, a Division of Cengage | Great Minds | Harvard Graduate School of Education / Professional Education | Imagine Learning | Istation | Kiddom | KinderCare Learning Companies | Kognity | Learning Ally | Learning Innovation Catalyst (LINC) | Learning Without Tears | Learning.com | Lexia Learning | Lincoln Learning Solutions | Learning.com | LinkIt! | Membean | N Ventures | NoRedInk | NWEA | OneScreen | Paper | Pearson | Progress Learning | Reading Horizons | Riverside Insights | Solution Tree | SpringBoard/College Board | The College Board | The National Center on Education and the Economy (NCEE) | TNTP | Torace | Transforming Education | UWorld | Voyager Sopris Learning | Waterford.org