Nearpod, Newsela, Pear Deck, Google, and BrainPOP are among the companies that are backing resources to promote responsible tech use among students.
A school district in Washington issued an RFP for a comprehensive elementary English language arts curriculum, while a system in Minnesota is looking for elementary science curricular materials.
Teachers’ training on the use of communication platforms was widespread over the past year, and teachers of math generally engaged in less tech-focused professional support, according to a new global survey.
EdWeek Market Brief surveyed district officials about which specific academic programs and student supports are harmed the most by the “homework gap,” or lack of at-home connectivity.
A school district in Texas is seeking pre-K-12 virtual learning services while a New York district looks for an interim assessment platform for high school.
Two months after McGraw Hill announced it was being acquired by Platinum Equity, the education giant has entered into an agreement to acquire digital content provider Achieve3000.
A school district in New Jersey wants professional services for student support while Mesa Public Schools in Arizona is adopting an English language arts core curriculum for grades 6-8.
Education businesses need to be intentional about building relationships with people of color in their workforce, explains Kelli Doss, the chief talent and equity officer at Reading Partners.
North Carolina’s largest district plans to purchase core math curriculum, while a Wisconsin district intends to buy English language development curricula for middle and high school.
Lawyers, consultants, and others who advise education companies say there are clear steps businesses can take to make sure their work isn’t ripped off.