Gabriela Uro, director for ELL policy and research for the Council of the Great City Schools, says districts need content that challenges learners while improving their language skill.
An Arizona district is looking for K-5 digital resources in ELA and math, while a Colorado school system seeks a high school world history curriculum.
A district in California is looking for after-school program providers, while a Georgia school system seeks ESOL instructional resources.
A district in Alabama is looking for a reading and math coaching program, while a Maryland school system seeks leadership consulting.
A district in North Carolina is looking for multilingual learner workshops, while a Florida school system seeks high-dosage virtual tutoring.
A district in Virginia is looking for family outreach services, while a California school system seeks a supplemental, online math program.
A district in South Carolina is looking for a student management software program, while a Oklahoma school system seeks newcomer student support services.
A district in Mississippi is looking for online instructional and assessment programs, while a Illinois school system seeks curricular materials for early learners.
A district in California is looking for interpretation and translation services, while a New Jersey school system is in the market for superintendent search services.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey finds that district and school leaders see technology as playing an important role in helping teachers and students address issues of diversity.