K-12 focused non-profit organizations often wonder where to turn to better understand the K-12 industry. Edweek.org is the answer.
Consider the following benefits that come with edweek.org group-wide access for your non-profit:
Intelligence Gathering. Executive Directors, researchers, policy-makers, and education advocates can turn to edweek.org for news and insight published daily online. They will receive cutting-edge news and insight on everything happening in K-12 education.
Imagine you are a non-profit focused on reshaping and influencing a particular curriculum or topic on a state-by-state level. By doing a search on edweek.org, you will find a Ed Week Spotlight that focuses on Aligning Curriculum & Technology. You will also find our “Curriculum Matters” blog that discusses a range of topics, including state rules on curriculum testing. With videos, infographics and much more, there are thousands of content pieces to choose from among hundreds of education topics.
Research Archives. Edweek.org’s archives are available going back to 1981. In fact, this is the only way to get organization-wide access to our complete archives. Plus with our Education Counts Database, you can build customized reports using government and proprietary data.
Librarian Assistance. Need help on customized research, or having trouble locating a particular inding content or research on a particular topic, contact our librarian! She will
Educators Read Us. Chances are your audiences are reading edweek.org. Don’t you want to be reading what your customers are reading, understanding their point of view and perspective? No publication captures the voice and mind of the K-12 industry like Education Week, and how to speak their language.
Easy Sharing. With group-wide access, you can copy and paste articles and email to your team as a point of discussion, to share insight and analysis, and spur discussion. Each team member has premium access, able to see the articles, charts and videos as easily as you.
Premium, Unlimited Access. Avoid hitting the wall to access to articles, blogs, infographics and archives is unlimited. Your organization will have all of the access you need, any time of day.
Whether it is for an in-service training, educators achieving or renewing individual accreditation, meeting professional development requirements, or any other number of ways that content may be used.
Grow Your Management Tree. Your directors, managers and specialists are your future organizational leaders; having instant access to the vital content that has been reporting on the K-12 marketplace since 1981 will help them grow.
24/7 Professional Development. Professional Development doesn’t start or stop with a guest speaker, a day of PD training or viewing a webinar. Knowing the present-day context and history of issues of K-12 education are just as vital. Everyone in your organization will have the context necessary to stay inform and engaged, everyday.
Easy Account Maintenance. Group online access is easy, whether you have an IP (no log-in) or Unique Access (individual user name and password) account. We keep track of your account and user details so you don’t have to. Plus, you can change out or add users at any time should you need more seats.
Simplified billing. Pay an annual bill that covers everyone. Cancel existing individual subscriptions to save your company even more money.
Usage Insight. We can provide you with monthly, quarterly or annual usage statistics so you can see how your school or district is using edweek.org, as well as usage frequently.