Massachusetts officials have hired an organization to develop reports that can help local school systems allocate resources wisely.
A Missouri district chooses a new LMS provider, in a move that it says will save $100,000 per year; and and a South Carolina district wants software to help moderate its students online behaviors.
A new analysis reveals what K-12 superintendents want, and don’t want, from ed-tech providers, in terms of support, building trust with the district, and delivering high-quality produts.
An Illinois consortium of public and private schools is looking to buy Chromebooks, and New York officials need help revamping their teacher-evaluation system.
Missouri is looking to revamp its agricultural curriculum, to address what department of education officials say is a vital piece of the state’s economy.
Planet3 has raised money from a Nevada-based developer of data centers that will be used to expand the organization’s personalized learning platform, which seeks to use the earth as a laboratory for teaching about the sciences.
A big Georgia school system is seeking a company to help it overhaul its curriculum, and a Minnesota district is looking to buy an student information system.
Digital providers trying to land K-12 contracts over heavily favored incumbents should think about reaching out to administrators focused on professional development–not to overburdened procurement staff.
Exclusive Education Week Research Center survey shows biggest demand for digital content coming from mid-sized and suburban districts with lower poverty rates.
A Texas district is looking to buy a learning management system to help with records of its special needs populations, and a Connecticut school system is seeking to invest in a blended learning platform.