A procurement leader from a large Virginia school district explains what she’s learned about how procurement has to shift amid a crisis that has upended her system’s plans.
A district official talks about how the state’s new requirements for phonics instruction will shape purchasing and decision-making.
The Texas state education commissioner outlines the new law that emphasizes K-3 reading instruction and phonics.
School board members are the public face of districts, and many play an oversight role on contracts. Smart vendors will do everything they can to impress them.
An ed-tech administrator offers insights about the kind of support districts need from companies, and how K-12 officials share information about products via social media.
The Vancouver, Wash., district is looking for curriculum, parent-outreach tools, and other products that will meet the eclectic demands of a diverse student population.
Vendors are falling short in not designing academic resources that prepare students for the job market in creative ways, a California superintendent says.
Some vendors have lost contracts in K-12 districts throughout Connecticut for failure to comply with the state’s stringent data privacy law.
It’s time to move beyond math and reading scores in evaluating students, says the Pinellas County school district’s executive director of assessment, accountability, and research.
In the 206,000-student Orange County, Fla., schools, administrators have turned to an array of apps, platforms, and programs to try to engage parents and meet their diverse needs.