K-12

mdr-student-centered-personalized-learning

By Cassondra-Corbin Thaddies, National Curriculum Specialist, McGraw-Hill Education When district leaders undertake a transition to introduce personalized learning in their schools, the technology adoption and integration phases often become all-consuming. It’s important to remember, however, that the ultimate goal of personalized learning is, not just to introduce technology in the classroom, but to construct a […]

mdr-marketing-educators-tips

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, and well, the busiest! With the start of the new school year upon us, we are consistently asked “what are the few things we can do now to keep our campaigns fresh for educators and give them an edge up to our competitors?”  Well, to help you […]

mdr-state-of-the-education-market-reports

Ever imagine being a fly on the wall inside K-12 schools? To learn first-hand how they’re using tech to teach? How they’re spending budget dollars and who decides? What they think about open educational resources (OER) vs. commercial materials? It would take a lot of walls and too many flies to get the answers to […]

mdr-school-district-sizes

MDR Insights There are 87,198 public schools in America, serving almost 48 million public school students. In this article, I’ve broken down the different school district sizes to discuss what types of businesses match their needs. At MDR, we consider a district large if it enrolls over 10,000 students. A medium district enrolls 2,500 to […]

MDR-K12-buying-power-map

MDR’s Buying Power Map Your State by State Guide to Instructional Spending Ever feel lost in your education marketing endeavors and in need of direction? We’ve made maps of every state, detailing their educational purchasing power to help guide your way.   All Instructional Materials MDR has developed an exclusive measure, All Instructional Materials (AIM) […]