The Wilson County district helped educators find and use more of the learning resources available to them by enlisting master teachers to review content and tag it for use in classes,
A Virginia school district has put out an RFP for a crisis-management platform, and an Alabama system is seeking a comprehensive reading language arts intervention.
A Long Island purchasing cooperative wants software for career and technical education services, a Tennessee district is buying social-emotional learning curriculum, and a Mississippi K-12 system is purchasing early-grades reading curriculum.
Michigan’s state director of assessment, Andrew Middlestead, talks about his state’s efforts to help educators use formative assessment, and what they need from those classroom strategies.
Companies have already brought artificial intelligence into education products focused on student well-being, math instruction, personalized academic pathways, and even building maintenance.
The print-to-digital shift has placed a premium on sales and distribution staff being able to explain complex products with with confidence, says consultant Neal Goff.
The Faria Education Group makes an acquisition, and the British government is staging a grant program for ed-tech providers, including those outside of England, focused on formative assessment, grading, and other areas.
The two organizations have created a MAP Accelerator platform that will be piloted with 150,000 students in math for the 2019-20 school year.
Nearly half of Chicago teachers say they do not have curriculum available in the subject they teach. The Curriculum Equity Initiative, with a new curriculum, assessments, and data analytics, is the district’s response.
The state of New Mexico is making a major purchase of state assessments, and the Chicago schools want bids to create an e-commerce marketplace.