The Saint Paul School District in Minnesota was forced to move to virtual PD during the pandemic, but it still sees many advantages to face-to-face support, says Craig Anderson, the district’s executive director of the office of teaching and learning.
The director of an ambitious statewide program in Arkansas talks about how it aims to pair school districts with qualified providers of academic intervention.
Massachusetts state officials have launched a program to try to help school districts make smarter decisions about purchasing ed tech.
West Virginia’s state E-rate coordinator talks about the investments school districts are making in connectivity for schools, and for students’ homes.
One in five students in Henry County lost a family member to COVID-19. Administrators responded by creating mental health and wellness facilitators.
A top district official from the Pasco County Schools in Florida talks about the district’s efforts to promote equitable opportunities for students, and help them explore career paths.
EdWeek Market Brief takes an inside look at how a South Carolina district is spending on revamped internet connectivity, and the implications for ed-tech vendors.
Supporting students’ overall well-being has proved critical to overcoming obstacles that emerged during the pandemic, says Janelle Woodward, deputy superintendent in the Pleasanton Unified School District.
A Chicago math educator talks about the kinds of intuitive, and culturally responsive academic resources she needs to support her students.
The Lynwood Unified School District in California is trying to find a way to create opportunities for students to use ed tech, in a city where 30 percent of families lack at-home internet connectivity.