A district in Denver is looking for ADA-compliant website management, while a New York district seeks direct internet access.
A new analysis by CALDER finds that districts are struggling to implement ambitious plans focused on academic recovery from the pandemic.
Will a Behavior-Based Complement to Social-Emotional Learning Take Hold?
Leaders of an ABA Provider Talk About Interfering Behaviors and How Ed Companies Can Help Teachers
An approach known as applied behavior analysis is being touted as a strategy for helping school districts address disruptive student behavior in classrooms.
A district in Wisconsin is looking for a coding and/or technology experience for students, while a Georgia district seeks decodable libraries.
A district in Texas is looking for a network equipment refresh, while a Missouri district seeks to buy books.
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 Critical Tutoring Needs of Rural School Systems
A Wyoming School District's Superintendent Breaks Down Its Focus on Learning Recovery, and Its Expectations for Providers
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.