A new EdWeek Market Brief survey reveals shifts in school systems’ priorities for spending federal emergency aid, compared with a year ago.
A New Jersey district is looking for a literacy consultant and professional development program, while a Pennsylvania school system seeks a social-emotional learning coordinator.
Even after the vast increase in the use of tech-based instruction during COVID, loyalties to print endure in many school systems.
The Alabama Sate Department of Education is looking for a digital student diagnostic dashboard, while a Michigan school system seeks literacy and social studies curriculum consulting.
A district in Arizona is looking for online procurement services, while a California school system seeks a task force consultant.
Curriculum providers will increasingly have to balance demands for more inclusive curricula with state restrictions about what can be taught.
A district in Michigan is looking for phonics and reading software, while a Virginia district seeks K-5 language arts materials.
A district in California wants supplemental ELA curriculum while a system in New Jersey wants therapeutic support services.
EdReports’ new study finds standards-aligned material is increasingly available, but districts need to ramp up professional development to put those resources into action.
An ed-tech provider’s chief customer officer breaks down how the pandemic has forced the company to respond more quickly to district needs.