Cambium Learning CEO John Campbell talks about how his company’s recent, major acquisitions of Rosetta Stone and American Institutes for Research Assessment mesh with his organization’s strategic vision.
A Maryland school district is seeking information for a potential elementary ELA curriculum purchase. A Texas district is accepting proposals for translation software for English language learners.
A Virginia district is going to purchase a special ed data management system, and a Utah district plans to buy a multilingual literacy primary curriculum.
The school district where Louisville is located is looking for instructional and office supplies, while Houston Independent School District wants tutorial services.
Cambium Learning, which offers products in curriculum, assessment, and professional development, nearly doubles its total employees with the recent acquisition of languages company Rosetta Stone.
The corporate software giant Salesforce has put an increasing focus on K-12 education, in helping districts manage attendance, admissions, and other processes that school systems are seeking to streamline.
Montgomery County schools in Maryland are scouting for a consultant for English speakers of other languages, while the Denton district in Texas is accepting bids for fine arts supplies.
A firm that provides college financial aid tools has secured the largest 2020 funding round for any U.S. ed tech, as Microsoft invests in an aspiring competitor of Google.
The presumptive Democratic nominee is pledging to boost funding for numerous federal programs, including those supporting after-school and special-needs communities.
K-12 organizations, at the urging of school districts, are re-examining their academic resources and practices to determine whether they’re promoting racial equity and inclusion.