One of the largest K-12 digital curriculum providers in the U.S. is rebranding itself using the name of one of its most well-known products: Imagine Learning.
A school system in Missouri is seeking K-12 digital math textbooks and resources, while a Tennessee district looks for a multi-sensory reading intervention program.
A school district in North Carolina has issued an RFP for online courses, while a system in Texas is in the market for a digital learning platform.
The Guilford County, N.C., school system’s tutoring and accelerated learning efforts offer companies a window into the strategies being tested by districts across the country.
About two-thirds of education company employees say their morale is the same or better than it was, pre-COVID, an EdWeek Market Brief survey of businesses shows.
A school district in Georgia is seeking a learning management system, while a system in Pennsylvania is in the market for an alternative education program for students.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey of more than 300 executives of education companies found that nearly half are considering seeking venture capital to fuel growth in the next year.
A district in Texas is looking for dropout prevention and intervention services, while a system in New Mexico is in the market for English language learner services.
Nonprofit assessment provider NWEA will acquire pieces of assessment-related technology from testing organization ETS and take over its contracts with several states.
A school district in Maryland is looking for a K-12 learning management system, while a system in Texas is in the market for a professional learning management system.