Mississippi’s Jackson Public Schools are looking to buy blended learning and virtual learning programs, and New Jersey is investing in a bilingual curriculum.
A Georgia district wants to buy a web-based comprehensive college readiness platform, while a Louisiana district is interested in professional development.
When this director of blended learning evaluates products, she’s in the middle of students and teachers, administrators and curriculum leaders, and her opinion carries weight.
Texas districts are looking for a digital assessment library and special education services, while a Tennessee district needs a blended-learning resource.
A Mississippi district seeks a blended-learning program, a Texas district needs career-technical education and a Maryland district seeks a writing program.
Puget Sound Educational Service District is looking for custom instructional support software, and Everman ISD, Tex., wants a ContentKeeper web filter. Bend-La Pine, Ore., will purchase online curricula from Fuel Education.
Education leaders at the ASU+GSV conference this year described being awash in data, but unable to pull relevant insights from what they collect.
The Hamilton Count, Tenn district is creating a roster of pre-approved digital instructional materials, and the Traverse Bay Area Intermediate School District in Michigan wants career tech engineering equipment. Maryland’s Frederick County schools will implement Schoology as its LMS.
A site launched by the Learning Accelerator is meant to offer concrete examples of different K-12 models for using personalized and blended learning in classrooms.
Schools spend a lot of money on teacher PD, often with little impact. What do we, as vendors and startups, need to do to attract new PD business?