As California’s school districts look to reopen, they will need support for students’ social-emotional well-being, and strong professional development, according to the state’s school boards association.
The nation’s sixth largest school district needs cloud hosting, and a Connecticut district wants before- and after-school care,
The U.S. Department of Education has awarded over 20 grants for small businesses to develop ed-tech products that the agency says have commercial promise.
A top adviser to the British Chamber of Commerce in China explains how new regulations will affect foreign education companies, and how they can navigate the market.
A Texas border district wants graphic design. Meanwhile, an Illinois district seeks over 400 Chromebooks, and a district just west of Denver is looking for a web-based digital learning tool.
The Software and Information Industry Association is restructuring its education technology division and and moving away from in-person conferences.
The disruptions caused by the pandemic are fueling interest in out-of-school programs including in curriculum, technology, and social-emotional supports.
The World Bank-supported project offers a growing database of ed-tech platforms meant to help schools use technology more effectively.
An upskilling platform took in $32 million from Owl Ventures, and Create & Learn, a California company focused on K-12 STEM classes with real-world applications, raised $1.7 million in seed funding.
Utah’s largest district wants special education software. The district that encompasses Chattanooga wants cloud-based nutrition management software, while a smaller district south of Seattle wants software for therapy services.