The first seven months of 2020 were tough ones for PreK-12 publishers, according to an analysis by an industry group.
The Virginia Beach City Schools want bids on social-emotional books for K-8 students, while Wyoming needs virtual learning PD for educators. Idaho seeks a student data management information and accountability system for adult education.
The Newark City Public Schools in New Jersey want bids on instructional software, while the Passaic school system in New Jersey is seeking support for a 21st Century Community Learning Centers Project.
A consortium of 22 school districts in southeast Michigan is looking for a student information system, while a Texas district wants psychological services, and a N.Y. state cooperative needs assessment scoring.
Pearson names Andy Bird, who turned Walt Disney International into a digital-first business focused on the diverse needs of consumers around the world, as its presumptive CEO.
A N.J. district seeks professional development services to create reading and writing workshops, while Baltimore County, Md. schools are interested in learning more about trip tracking systems.
Schools presented a scant amount of new academic material during COVID-19, according to a survey of educators, who nonetheless see a need for more technology-infused learning going forward.
A market expert highlights his new study to examine how school districts feel about the quality of the curriculum they choose, who produces it, and the PD that goes with it.
The Stockton, Calif. district wants to create a K-12 tutoring program, while the Kingsport City Schools in Tennesse are in the market for benchmark assessment programs that can be customized.
Market Brief surveyed 1,700 education business executives about the impact of COVID-19 on their companies, and how they expect it to affect them in the future.