Education Week is a national newspaper focusing on K-12 education policy. Serving as a bridge between the worlds of policy and practice, Education Week is now recognized as "American education’s newspaper of record."
Targeted at teacher-leaders, Education Week Teacher offers a wealth of news and information, along with opinion blogs and webinars.
Created for both providers of education products and services and school district leaders, EdWeek Market Brief’s original reporting, deep analysis and proprietary, data-driven research focuses on school district purchasing and the companies and products serving K-12 education.
The Education Week Research Center conducts a range of original research each year for the annual Counts reports, Education Week, edweek.org, and outside clients.
TopSchoolJobs.org is Education Week’s career community—offering premium career resources to K-12 teachers and administrators and providing K-12 recruiters with access to the most qualified candidates worldwide.
Education Week Press publishes books written by educators and experts from both within EPE and outside the organization.
Education Week Leadership Forums are live, interactive, one-day events for leaders focused on education’s most pressing issues.
Education Week Digital Directions ran from June 2007 to June 2013. It was a magazine published three times a year that covered news, trends, and best practices in educational technology.
The Teacher Professional Development Sourcebook ran from Fall 2007 to Spring 2012. It was published twice a year and included a one-of-a-kind directory of professional development products and services for teachers.