By incorporating play and creative practices, education organizations can create more meaningful SEL experiences for schools, writes Move This World CEO Sara Potler LaHayne.
School districts in Florida and elsewhere have traditionally relied on their states’ adoption processes — rightly or wrongly — as means of judging the quality of curricular materials.
District officials across the state expect to benefit from an infusion of state and federal money, and are planning new spending on mental health and academic recovery.
A mid-year report from LearnPlatform shows a shift in the type of ed-tech products that school districts are accessing most widely.
The Saint Paul School District in Minnesota was forced to move to virtual PD during the pandemic, but it still sees many advantages to face-to-face support, says Craig Anderson, the district’s executive director of the office of teaching and learning.
State education commissioner Richard Corcoran’s decision represents an escalation of Republican state officials’ efforts to bring cultural fights into discussions of classroom materials.
The director of an ambitious statewide program in Arkansas talks about how it aims to pair school districts with qualified providers of academic intervention.
A district in Georgia is looking for a student information system while a system in Nebraska seeks SEL curriculum for K-12.
The companies that swarmed the ASU+GSV summit were anticipating enormous challenges in trying to help districts work through their staffing crises.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey asked district officials which administrators are most likely to terminate contracts over dissatisfaction with vendors.