The Ogden, Utah, district needs a platform to support interim and formative assessments, and Alabama officials want help evaluating charter schools.
A dispute between for-profit charter school provider K12 and the Georgia Cyber Academy has left students locked out of computers and blocked educators from their emails.
The public company has told investors that its efforts to expand online education, create curriculum, and launch career academies are paying off, but it is embroiled in a battle in Georgia.
The 7,300-student KIPP LA Schools look for vendors who follow through on promised product improvements, says top administrator Matthew Peskay.
Atlanta district needs school choice management software. Arkansas is looking for a college and career planning system and North Carolina seeks a reading diagnostic software.
A Maryland district seeks an elementary social-emotional learning program, while the Nashville district wants school choice software, and a Connecticut school system needs a STEM curriculum.
As district leaders use data to drive instruction, they are looking for help to make the numbers more understandable and actionable for educators.
The massive, $1.5 trillion tax overhaul is prompting some companies to invest in new products while others are acting more cautiously.
Speaking at NY Ed Tech Week, the Success Academy Charter Schools founder decried the tendency of some leaders to view ed-tech as being “a savior” in education.
Fairfax County Public Schools, Va., is looking for a post-secondary planning system for students, and Maryland seeks a platform to manage applications to a state-wide scholarship program. The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education, N.C, wants web-based core curriculum instruction with a focus on literacy.