Federal Education Funding Progress – One Small Step at a Time
It seems only fitting that in my last official pre-retirement column, there’s some education funding news to share. On Feb 12, the president released his budget request for FY 2019. Last week, following a few hours of government shut down in the wee hours of Feb 9, Congress extended the current Continuing Resolution that is […]Read Now »
Digital Trends: What Do the Numbers Tell Us?
By David Clemen – Director of Digital Marketing, MDR I hosted a webinar that highlighted the findings of MDR’s Digital Trends in the Education Market report, which reveals the reality of educator interaction with digital marketing in email, web ads, and social media. We gathered insights from almost 400,000,000 deployed email across almost 20,000 unique […]Read Now »
The Top 4 Ways Brands Can Support Title I Teachers
We got a first-hand perspective on Title I teaching from a member of WeAreTeachers. Here are some ways brands and nonprofits can apply these insights to become the kind of ally that Title I teachers in particular want to partner with. I taught in Title I schools for my first five years of teaching. Title […]Read Now »
How Do Schools Spend Discretionary Funds?
Bob Stimolo, president of School Market Research Institute, Inc. (SMRI), gave us a preview of the October 2016 survey of 200 elementary through high school secretaries that was conducted jointly by School Market Research Institute (SMRI) and Market Data Retrieval (MDR). School secretaries are key players when it comes to schools learning about and making […]Read Now »
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