A market expert highlights his new study to examine how school districts feel about the quality of the curriculum they choose, who produces it, and the PD that goes with it.
The Norfolk, Va., chool district is looking for information about products that could provide a web-based, K-12 interactive math program.
The Guilford County, N.C. schools want a diagnostic tool for English/Language Arts and mathematics, while the Albuquerque, N.M. district is seeking an LMS for elementary-school and high-needs students.
A new study looks at what percentage of curriculum adopted by districts is created on open licenses, which allow resources to be freely shared and re-used.
The Alexandria, Va., schools need K-5 digital math intervention, and the Irving, Texas, district wants bids for learning management tools and K-12 instructional software.
The shift to remote learning could offer new opportunities for teachers to innovate and draw out the best student work, says the former president of a national math teachers association.
Some states’ curricular materials adoption processes are rolling ahead despite the COVID pandemic, while others are being delayed.
While usage of most ed-tech products declined as schools closed and remote learning was being set up, 18 products made significant gains in one study. Here are the top 10.
The sudden influx of thousands of new users is squeezing some ed-tech nonprofits’ ability to deliver their services, prompting them to ask for more funding.
More than two-thirds of school district leaders say the standards remain important when buying English/language arts and math products, an Education Week Research Center survey finds.