A district in Wisconsin is looking for high school textbooks in multiple subjects, while a Minnesota school system seeks student outreach and engagement services.
A University of Southern California program that supports ed-tech companies led by women and minorities has seen rapid growth in applicants addressing learning loss and other needs.
EdWeek Market Brief Staff Writer Emma Kate Fittes recaps lessons learned on academic recovery during the No Child Left Behind era.
The vast majority of the nation’s school districts are small, and they come with unique needs that K-12 vendors should understand.
A district in California is looking for an IT recruitment and alignment study, while a Texas school system seeks dual college credit texts and software.
A district in New Mexico is looking for a summer space camp, while a Georgia school system seeks out-of-school programming.
New Mexico’s department of education is looking for out-of-school tutoring, while a Pennsylvania school system seeks a K-6 math curriculum.
Historic declines in national reading and math scores will need to inspire new approaches to academic recovery, according to education company officials.
Education companies and educators need help not only curtailing online cheating, but encouraging students to understand proper sourcing and how to generate and convey their own ideas.
California is trying to move toward a statewide financial literacy requirements, starting with grants for expanding courses and teacher training.