A district in New Jersey is seeking a computer-adaptive English learner literacy program, while a district in Colorado issued an RFP for middle school science curriculum.
A task force assembled by Idaho’s Republican lieutenant governor has objected to the work of two well-known education companies, among a long list of materials.
The major research and assessment organization has acquired the testing assets of its longtime partner in providing English language-learning tests.
A district in Maryland is looking for an adapted reading program, and a district in New York is seeking African American history textbooks.
Revenues for prekindergarten through grade K-12 instructional materials reached $61.4 million in March, up 82 percent over a year ago.
There are steps that organizations can take to build their cultural awareness in helping bilingual and multilingual students, explains Emily Guo, who is working with Cognitive ToyBox.
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.