MDR Quarterly Update 2018
APRIL 27, 2018
Take a look at our recently released free resources: View our Buying Power Map - illustrating nationwide instructional spending, state by state; bookmark our Public Schools Calendar with nationwide school openings and closings; and check out the 2018 School Secretary Report, written in collaboration with the School Market Research Institute. 

From a discussion of district sizes, to classroom differences around the world, to Teacher Appreciation Week and other hot topics, as well as our bimonthly scoops - our latest articles will keep you informed on all the happenings in the industry – including an update on our EdNET conferences in September.  
ED INSIGHTS
By Melissa Pelletier

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.

By Jodi Murphy

Spring has sprung! Spring is often associated with spring cleaning - open your windows, starting fresh...out with the old, in with the new. Well, this edition of the scoops is just that. So many people spring cleaning their careers and companies launching new fresh products and services. Here’s a scoop of what’s been happening in the education world.

By Guest Contributor Victoria Greene

To understand educators, you must also understand the challenges they face, and you cannot accomplish that without taking a broad view of education across the world. This is a difficult thing to achieve. By the time you reach adulthood, your view of what education means has been indelibly colored by your personal experiences, and it takes a great deal of thought to see beyond that narrow perspective.

ED MARKETING
By Hannah Hudson 

Apples, coffee cups, pencils, and rulers: What do these things have in common? Ding, ding, ding — they’re gifts given to teachers every single year. This Teacher Appreciation Week, you can do better by giving teachers something that they’re truly interested in.

By Melissa Pelletier

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 9,999 students, and a small district has less than 2,500 students enrolled.

By Jodi Murphy

It’s that time of year…when everyone wants to know when public schools are closing and approximate opening for the coming school year. We’ve put together this informative public schools calendar by state for you to bookmark and save for future reference.

By Jodi Murphy

What are the hot topics for educators? Check out what school officials, teachers, principals, and all types of educators are most interested in from our educator communities. This is where we’ll share with you the topics that get the most buzz with educators!

MUST READ REPORTS
This first report in the State of the K-12 Market Report 2018 series presents a high-level overview of the K-12 education market.

This free report from MDR and SMRI has results from a national survey to U.S. school secretaries.

MARK YOUR CALENDAR

Tuesday, May 15, 2018, 1:00PM ET


Chicago, IL, May 23-24, 2018
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