The slow-moving process for adopting math materials in the huge state market could lead to delays in other subjects.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey asked K-12 officials about the biggest barriers they’ve faced in helping students rebound academically through tutoring.
A district in Minnesota is looking for science curriculum resources, while a Texas school system seeks special education supplies and services.
A district in Virginia is looking for mathematics courses, while a Wisconsin school system seeks scheduling software.
A new analysis by CALDER finds that districts are struggling to implement ambitious plans focused on academic recovery from the pandemic.
The largest district in North Carolina is looking for world language software, while a Texas school system seeks superintendent search services.
A district in Illinois is looking for dual language consulting services, while a New York school system seeks high school math textbooks.
A Maryland district is looking for educational consulting and professional development, while a Colorado school system seeks a communication software platform.
New Mexico’s department of education is looking for out-of-school tutoring, while a Pennsylvania school system seeks a K-6 math curriculum.
A Washington district is looking for superintendent search services, while a New Jersey school system seeks a restorative practices program.