Districts in Washington state are experimenting with a mix of traditional commercial and openly licensed resources, says Barbara Soots, who oversees support of OER in schools.
A district in North Carolina is looking for tutoring services while a system in Mississippi wants reading curriculum and teacher training.
A district in New Jersey is looking for professional development aimed at accelerating student learning while a system in New York wants a family and community engagement framework.
A district in California wants supplemental ELA curriculum while a system in New Jersey wants therapeutic support services.
A district in Virginia wants psychological services while a system in Oregon wants English language software.
A district in Mississippi wants SEL professional development services while a system in New Jersey seeks a math and reading online diagnostic assessment tool.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey asked K-12 officials how they measure whether students are truly engaged with products.
A district in Texas wants a secondary ELA and reading intervention online platform while a system in Ohio seeks online student monitoring software.
A district in Mississippi wants a data management system while a system in Texas seeks reading and language arts alignment.
A district in Michigan is looking for social studies curriculum resource materials while a system in New Jersey seeks a blended online literacy learning program.