The new data tool aims to give policymakers and the public a way of comparing rich and poor countries’ academic performance in ways that were not possible before.
Curriculum directors are looking at ed-tech usage data as part of their decisionmaking about which products will help with instruction, and which need to be jettisoned.
North Carolina wants a web-based system to maintain charter school records, and Detroit Public Schools plans to choose an ELA curriculum for grades K-8. A Texas district will purchase computers, mobile devices, and related equipment.
The chief information officer for the Cincinnati public schools talks about the lessons companies can learn from the district’s development of a mobile learning app.
Tennessee’s education department wants a database to track special education compliance, while a Maryland system wants backup software and Maine is looking for learning centers.
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K-12 systems in Washington state and California are planning to buy student enrollment systems, and a Colorado district has put out an RFP for a learning management platform.
Our experts in the Jan. 11 webinar will cover data analytics, the convergence of curriculum and assessment, expansion of personalized learning, the early childhood education market, and more.
Many of the most popular EdWeek Market Brief stories in 2017 drew from the steady flow of exclusive surveys we conducted of K-12 leaders.
Top procurement officials from the Houston and Nashville school systems say companies that lose out on RFPs can gain valuable insights from getting a breakdown of what went wrong.