More than two-thirds of school district leaders say the standards remain important when buying English/language arts and math products, an Education Week Research Center survey finds.
The state of Kansas is looking for a statewide student assessment system, while Delaware needs professional learning on the science of reading, and an education purchasing cooperative in New York state is looking for an electronic form and workflow system.
Top executives in the education sector say they draw inspiration from colleagues, students, interactions with critics of their products, and other industries.
An LMS is sought for a New York statewide contract. Richmond, Va., Public Schools needs a K-8 English/language arts and mathematics curriculum, while Springfield, Mo., is seeking a proposal from qualified firms to audit its elementary math and secondary ELA program.
A Texas school district is seeking a K-3 phonics program, and Metro Nashville schools want language proficiency tests, while evaluators for a substance abuse prevention expansion program are sought in Duval County, Fla.
Too many curriculum materials attempt to align to academic standards but fail to address the depth of their content, say administrators from the Cherry Hill Public School District.
The El Monte Union High School District has put out an RFP for a student information system.
A report by the New Schools Venture Fund and Gallup finds that educators overwhelmingly trust other educators, when it comes to judging ed-tech products.
California’s Education Technology Joint Powers Authority will be seeking education intelligence and analytics solutions later this year, while a Camden, N.J. district wants a reading assessment and Pearland, Texas seeks an ePortfolio solution.
The Loudon County, Virginia district is preparing for a K-12 English/language arts adoption, while the La Joya district in Texas wants software for supplemental mathematics instruction. In Pennsylvania, the City of York district needs a literacy intervention program.