As California’s school districts look to reopen, they will need support for students’ social-emotional well-being, and strong professional development, according to the state’s school boards association.
A Texas border district wants graphic design. Meanwhile, an Illinois district seeks over 400 Chromebooks, and a district just west of Denver is looking for a web-based digital learning tool.
A new survey of district IT leaders shows that most schools are hoping to use federal coronavirus relief funds to facilitate remote learning in the fall.
A district in Johnson City, Tenn. and another in Clarke County, Ga. are seeking online learning curriculum and courseware, while the Montgomery County, Md. schools need art tools and supplies.
A Phoenix-area district — one of the largest high school districts in the country — gives students real-world experience in making budget decisions.
The Palm Beach County school district is one of many around the country attempting to plan for how to support the well-being of students, teachers, and parents if schools reopen in the fall.
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.
Many education company leaders are working from home during COVID-19. It takes discipline and flexibility to get it right, explains Sara Potler LaHayne.
A Chinese ed-tech firm is again being accused of fraud, after a U.S.-based short seller says its investigation uncovered use of bots to inflate the firm’s market value.
The Omaha, Neb. district is seeking literacy materials, while a district in Washington Township, N.J. wants online assessment and instruction.