The acquisition is IXL Learning’s eighth in the past six years, and its portfolio now includes Rosetta Stone, Curiosity Media, and Vocabulary.com.
A district in Georgia is looking for a content filtering solution, while a New York school system seeks a K-2 reading program.
Districts Put New Focus on the ‘Biggest Gap’ in Social-Emotional Learning: Teacher Well-Being
The Need to Support Adults Mirrors the Goals of Helping Students, But With Key Differences
Demand for programs that support classroom educators is higher than ever, and companies in the industry should be prepared to respond.
A district in Texas is looking for disability and learning services consulting, while a Maryland school system seeks curriculum around global community citizenship.
A school system in Minnesota is looking for math curriculum resources, while a New York district seeks a universal pre-kindergarten program provider.
Key Dynamics in Play in a Changing Global Education Market
Major Government Projects and Needs That Parallel Those of U.S. Schools Have Taken Hold
Major government spending projects on schools in global markets are helping offset — at least for now — underlying economic concerns.
When used wisely, technology can help ensure that SEL programs are implemented with fidelity, writes Sarah Potler LaHayne, the CEO of Move This World
A new EdWeek Market Brief special report looks at how much districts will spend on curriculum, devices, assessment, SEL, data platforms and other needs next fiscal year.
The digital curriculum provider Imagine Learning is acquiring a special needs-focused organization in a new effort to help struggling learners.
The College Board says Florida’s objections had no impact on an AP African American Studies course. But nationwide, restrictive curriculum policies on race are influencing school district purchasing.