DreamBox Learning is acquiring the well-known adaptive literacy program, Reading Plus, marking the ed-tech provider’s expansion into reading curriculum.
Weld North Education, the largest digital curriculum provider in the U.S., has expanded to offer science products by acquiring Twig Education, the companies announced.
A district in New Jersey is seeking a computer-adaptive English learner literacy program, while a district in Colorado issued an RFP for middle school science curriculum.
A Mississippi school district is looking to buy a system to develop formative and summative tests for K-2 while a district in downstate New York seeks pre-K services.
A task force assembled by Idaho’s Republican lieutenant governor has objected to the work of two well-known education companies, among a long list of materials.
A district in Virginia is seeking consultation services to review its literacy program, while a district in Texas issued an RFP for a web-based social-emotional learning program.
A 10 percent increase in school connectivity can lift a country’s economic productivity, a new analysis contends.
A district in Texas is looking for districtwide consulting services, while a school system in Wisconsin is buying an online world-languages curriculum.
The major research and assessment organization has acquired the testing assets of its longtime partner in providing English language-learning tests.
The new executive director of the organization representing state ed-tech directors says teachers will need myriad forms of support as schools return more fully to face-to-face instruction.