The Funding Outlook For K-12 Education Is Bright For Now

As the end of the year approaches, Westchester Education Services is gathering market intelligence to assist its clients prepare for the challenges and opportunities 2023 will bring. I recently presented at the EdWeek Market Brief Summit, which is an excellent opportunity to collect information and learn about the latest trends impacting the school market. I…

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EdWeek Market Brief Summit – November 2022

We just returned from the EdWeek Market Brief Summit in Dallas which was on all counts remarkably rewarding. Remarkable, first and foremost, because it was in person. The “adjacent possible” that comes from chatting in the buffet line is not one that we take for granted post-Pandemic. Here are our key takeaways from the Summit:…

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A Complete Solution via Westchester’s Partner Network

Westchester Education Services is a market leader in creating engaging, inclusive content. Print and online curriculum providers rely on us for our subject matter expertise, for our understanding of pedagogical approaches, and for our years of experience developing highly effective educational materials. Because we work with so many players in the space (nearly 50 annually),…

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Adoption of New Math Programs in California May Be Delayed

By Jay A. Diskey of Diskey Public Affairs, Policy consultant to Westchester Education Services Extended debates over California’s draft guidelines for math instruction recently caused the state’s Board of Education to delay the approval of the guidelines until early next year or even later. The postponement could subsequently cause a delay in the adoption of…

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Holding Steady

by Kevin Gray, President and Chief Content Officer A recent article published in EdSurge by SEL leaders Robert F. Sherman and Pamela McVeagh-Lally (co-founders of SEL Consulting Collaborative) makes a strong case for why social-emotional learning is necessary for the health and well-being of our students. The article dismantles the false premises that much of…

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