An EdWeek Market Brief survey asked K-12 officials if they prefer face-to-face or online discussions with education companies.
Attendees at EdWeek Market Brief’s recent in-person summit submitted an array of questions, focused on how to connect with districts and how K-12 systems make decisions about cutting products.
A district in Tennessee is looking for PD related to English learners, while a Nevada school system seeks independent therapists and special education services.
A Pennsylvania district is looking for a college and career readiness program, while a Texas school system seeks online registration software.
Administrators from Colorado, Nevada, and Texas school systems talked about navigating the looming fiscal cliff, at the EdWeek Market Brief Summit.
The biggest district in New Mexico is looking for evaluation services tied to a federal magnet schools grant, while a New Jersey school system seeks Orton-Gillingham certified training for teachers.
A Florida district is looking for a reading intervention program, while a Georgia school system seeks a substitute management platform.
At the EdWeek Market Brief Summit, an administrator from the Wake County (N.C.) Schools spoke about the standards his district is setting for reading materials.
A Louisiana district is looking to adopt a customer service and communication platform, while a Texas school system seeks bundled internet and transport services.
An Oregon district is looking for a K-12 SEL curriculum, while a Tennessee school system seeks an academic strategic plan.