The coronavirus has forced a number of assessment providers to place new emphasis on non-testing product lines.
A Mississippi district wants an English/language arts digital curriculum; a Missouri district is searching for science/lab supplies and equipment, and a Georgia district seeks virtual program options.
A N.J. district seeks professional development services to create reading and writing workshops, while Baltimore County, Md. schools are interested in learning more about trip tracking systems.
The Guilford County, N.C. schools want a diagnostic tool for English/Language Arts and mathematics, while the Albuquerque, N.M. district is seeking an LMS for elementary-school and high-needs students.
A top adviser to the British Chamber of Commerce in China explains how new regulations will affect foreign education companies, and how they can navigate the market.
District leaders see an array of challenges meeting students’ social-emotional learning needs during the COVID-19 era, according the results of a new survey by EdWeek Market Brief.
Some states’ curricular materials adoption processes are rolling ahead despite the COVID pandemic, while others are being delayed.
Speak Agent, a digital, language-development platform based in Maryland, is one of the lucky ones: The company has secured money through the federal Payroll Protection Program.
The sudden influx of thousands of new users is squeezing some ed-tech nonprofits’ ability to deliver their services, prompting them to ask for more funding.
A district official talks about how the state’s new requirements for phonics instruction will shape purchasing and decision-making.