An EdWeek Market Brief survey asked K-12 officials about what kinds of career-focused curriculum and classroom resources they want.
A district in California is looking for after-school program providers, while a Georgia school system seeks ESOL instructional resources.
The federal “funding cliff” will have a broad and deep impact on schools, predicts the director of advocacy for an organization representing district leaders.
A major school district in North Carolina is looking for a content management system, while a Texas school system seeks professional services related to special education.
A district in Michigan is looking for help rewriting its social studies curriculum, while a Georgia school system seeks world languages instructional resources.
A county in New York is looking for tutoring services for K-12 students, while a California school system seeks remote workforce monitoring software.
A district in California is looking for a literacy strategy consultant, while a Florida school system seeks computer hardware, software, and services.
A school district in Rhode Island is looking for PD for coaches, while a New York school system seeks mentoring for administrators.
A district in California is looking for professional development for counselors, while a Maryland school system seeks a performance review consultant.
A school district in Texas is looking for teaching and learning aids, while a New Jersey school system seeks a multi-tiered system of support platform.