EdReports’ new study finds standards-aligned material is increasingly available, but districts need to ramp up professional development to put those resources into action.
Researchers and SEL providers break down models for integrating those lessons into subjects like science, math, social studies, and language arts.
The EdWeek Market Brief online summit, held June 7-9, will allow companies to hear from district administrators from LAUSD; Clark County, Nev.; Wake County, N.C.; Chicago; Baltimore; Oakland, Calif., and more.
Curriculum providers are making subtle adjustments, but also holding their ground, in response to a wave of controversial state policies, according to a consultant who works with those companies.
A new state law has districts across the state racing to come up with strategies to support academically struggling students.
A district in Nevada wants tutoring services while a system in Texas seeks curriculum and instructional supplies.
A company that seeks to assess school climate and students’ social-emotional learning breaks down the process.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey asked K-12 officials how they measure whether students are truly engaged with products.
A district in Texas is seeking social and emotional learning materials while a system in Utah looks for online computer science lessons.
Strategic plans offer key insights into districts’ goals and long-term vision, but a surprising number of vendors ignore them.