Texas schools are in need of career and technical education products and services, as well as math and reading programs. A district in New York is in the market for a system that will allow educators to manage students’ devices.
The two organizations have created a MAP Accelerator platform that will be piloted with 150,000 students in math for the 2019-20 school year.
The Metro Nashville schools need a platform for English learners’ individual learning plans, while the Henry County, Ga. district wants an LMS and the state of Washington seeks professional development consultants.
Oregon’s department of education is looking for a company to help screening for Spanish-speaking kindergartners, and two districts want literacy instruction and intervention resources.
A school district in Texas is on the hunt for an eBook vendor, while the state of Colorado wants to buy online course content in both English and Spanish.
Texas is choosing a new screening measure to identify English-language learners, and the Lee’s Summit School District, in Missouri, wants elementary English/ language arts resources.
Texas is one of the biggest K-12 markets in the country and recently released its list of approved educational materials.
Charlotte “Nadja” Trez, executive director of English learner services for the 147,000-student Charlotte- Mecklenburg schools, says districts like hers need demanding content for ELLs, scaffolded to different language levels.
Interventions to serve struggling students and professional development are the top two needs related to educating the nation’s growing population of English language learners, survey finds.
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