An Edweek Market Brief survey breaks down whether districts are shifting to online solicitations, or sticking with in-person bids.
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.
The term “learning loss” has fallen into disfavor among some educators. An EdWeek Market Brief survey asks K-12 officials about how they want vendors to describe student academic struggles during COVID.
EdWeek Market Brief offers a forecast of key opportunities and challenges for vendors over the coming year.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey of K-12 officials reveals shortcomings in how academic resources serve students of different language abilities, and prepare teachers.
Imagine Learning’s senior vice president and general manager of products offers a look at how the company developed a reading and math intervention tool.
Special education students endured major setbacks during COVID. The return to in-person instruction has created a new set of needs for schools to help those populations.
A Chicago math educator talks about the kinds of intuitive, and culturally responsive academic resources she needs to support her students.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey asked district administrators, principals, and teachers about where students have been set back the most during the pandemic.
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.