The Denver public schools are looking to buy social-emotional learning resources, and the Detroit public schools are looking for an online platform to help families choose and enroll in schools.
School districts are increasingly demanding to see evidence of education businesses’ commitment to diversity and combating racism, not only in their products but in their staffing.
As districts rely on remote learning during COVID-19, students’ technology use needs to be “intentional and meaningful,” says Sara Potler LaHayne, the founder and CEO of Move This World.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey of district officials and teachers asked about steps they believe K-12 companies should take to improve racial inclusion and diversity.
K-12 organizations, at the urging of school districts, are re-examining their academic resources and practices to determine whether they’re promoting racial equity and inclusion.
As districts face the issue of providing an equitable education to all students, our research shows how vendors can play an important role in that mission.
Nearly half of district leaders have a big need for social-emotional learning interventions for diverse student populations, a new EdWeek Market Brief survey shows.
How do you help many different kinds of students find success with computer science? These strategies and resources will point teachers in the right direction.
The biggest economic gains for countries come from giving girls not just a primary education, but leading them through secondary school, a new World Bank study finds.
Diversity in education company leadership and the workforce helps vendors understand educational “context,” explains an Oakland, Calif., schools official.