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Our readers trust eSchool News and eCampus News as an independent voice because of our longevity and outstanding reputation in the industry. We’ve been cultivating an educational readership that spans every part of the school system for over 20 years. This relationship sets us apart and helps our digital marketing efforts for clients result in quality leads quick.

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eSchool News Audience Profile...

29% Senior/Executive Management

Titles Include: Superintendent, Assistant Superintendent, Deputy Superintendent, Associate Superintendent, Regional Superintendent, Education Service Agency Director, Education Department Official, Principal, Assistant Principal,Federal/State Program Director, State School Officer, Federal Official, District Administrator, Safety/Security Director, School Board Member, Governor’s Office Staff, Legislative Staff Member, School Business Official/Purchasing, Facilities Management, College/University Official and More.


21% IT/Technology Management & Library Media

Titles Include: CIO/CTO, IT Director, Instructional Technology Director, MIS Director, Network Administrator, Library Services Director, Librarian/Media Specialist, Technology Coordinator, Technology Director and More.


35% Curriculum & Academic Management

Titles Include: Curriculum Director, Subject Area Supervisors & Instructors for Mathematics, Reading, Science, English/Language Arts, Social Studies, Languages, Trades, Business, Special Education Director, Directors/Coordinators of Gifted, Special Education, Vocational Education, Professional Development, Director of Guidance and More.


15% Consultants, Vendors & Others Allied
to the Ed-Tech Industry


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30% Policy/Top Level Executive/ Manager

Titles Include:Academic Officer, Chancellor/President/CEO/ Provost, Chief Development & Planning, Director Branch Campus, Vice President, Policy/Top Level Executives & Mgr, Federal & State Official, State School Official


28% IT Director / Manager

Titles Include: CIO, CTO, Library/Media Director/Mgr, MIS & IT Director/Mgr


20% Administration/Administrative Management

Titles Include: Administration & Operations, Admissions & Registrar, Business Administrator, Financial & Funding Director/Mgr, Safety & Security Director


21% Dean/Instructional/Faculty

Titles Include: Dean, Administrative Dean, Faculty Department Chair, Instructional & Curriculum Director


1% Other Job Titles not listed above

Titles Include: Non-Educator, Parent, Vendor, College/University Student, Other




Industry News & Opinions...

  • As seen on eCampus News
    August 17th, 2018
    3 ways colleges are using technology to help students borrow less
    By Gregg Scoresby
    chief executive officer, CampusLogic
    Earlier this month, a group of six senators introduced a bill designed to help prevent unnecessary student loan debt by encouraging greater transparency. The “Know Before You Owe Act” would, among other features, require colleges to counsel students on financial aid before they agree to...

  • As seen on eSchool News
    August 16th, 2018
    SEL should be an easy sell for U.S. schools and districts
    By Dr. Abram Jimenez
    vice president of education, Illuminate Education
    In light of tragic events that have put a spotlight on school safety issues, it’s more important than ever to understand the value of students’ social and emotional learning (SEL). While many districts have started conversations about SEL and its correlation to student success,...

  • As seen on eSchool News
    August 14th, 2018
    3 reasons elementary schools should adopt an LMS—and where to begin
    By Kara Gann
    senior client success manager, Schoology
    Is it really possible for young learners to effectively use a learning management system (LMS)? This is a common question administrators and educational practitioners ask when considering LMS adoption at the district level. Through my work with educators across the country, I know the...

  • As seen on eCampus News
    August 13th, 2018
    10 ways colleges use analytics to increase student success
    By Georgia Mariani
    principal product marketing manager for education, SAS
    The success of higher education institutions depends on the ability to excel across the student life cycle. Regardless of the type, size, or focus of a college or university, they all strive to attract and enroll high-quality students, retain and graduate students, and maintain...

  • As seen on eSchool News
    August 8th, 2018
    8 essential qualities of a digital literacy curriculum
    By Jeff Meyer
    director of education, Learning.com
    “Jeff. I’ve got a big challenge. Help!” That was a voicemail message I received from a friend, a principal at a local elementary school one sunny summer afternoon. What was the challenge? Her 30 slightly apprehensive teachers had to deliver a digital literacy curriculum...

  • As seen on eCampus News
    August 7th, 2018
    The secret to edtech adoption? Make it easy
    By Elisa Esposito
    senior manager, channel marketing higher education, Ricoh USA, Inc.
    Today’s traditional college students come from the generation of digital natives, meaning they are generally incredibly fast learners when it comes to new technologies. However, that also means they have discerning technological tastes, especially when it comes to user experiences. You can outfit your...

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