EdWeek Market Brief asked district leaders and principals about what types of companies they are taking chances on during the pandemic.
Kaya Henderson’s new company, Reconstruction, is offering supplemental curriculum meant to help a generation of Black students know their own history and culture.
A New Jersey district seeks a local evaluator for afterschool programs, while a Utah district is looking for a secondary social studies curriculum.
A Florida district is in the market for third-party tutoring services, while the Williamsburg-James City County district in Virginia is searching for world languages curriculum resources.
A Texas school system is buying instructional materials for career-technical education, and a Tennessee district has put out an RFP for computing devices.
A Georgia school system is looking for a universal screener. A Virginia district seeks textbooks and digital materials for various classes. A New Mexico district seeks a digital curriculum.
A Maryland school district is seeking information for a potential elementary ELA curriculum purchase. A Texas district is accepting proposals for translation software for English language learners.
A new report, supported by the National Science Foundation, looks at questions surrounding AI and privacy, bias, and transparency.
The research and policy organization, which evaluates social-emotional learning programs and products for evidence, has released new criteria for making those evaluations.
A major Maryland district has put out an RFP for wraparound services to support special needs students, and the city of Philadelphia is looking for a curriculum consultant.