Traveling to school districts across the country for sales meetings, onboarding and professional development sessions can be exhausting. Use these suggestions to find the benefits.
Georgia’s Hall County district is looking to purchase a software solution that meets the school system’s financial, human resources, and operational capabilities.
Hawaii is looking for PD focused on computer science, and a Tennessee district is planning to buy formative assessments.
Social emotional learning company Move This World began as a non profit. That model didn’t fit, but the company still pursues its goal of helping teachers and students.
Within hectic lives education company leaders can avoid feeling stuck in a perpetual state of doing business and instead claim more time as their own.
Education funding for everything from PD to ed tech will remain the same or increase in fiscal 2019–if the House of Representatives approves the spending bill and the president signs it by September 30.
Utah is looking for a curriculum review app. A Texas district needs a special education curriculum, while a New Jersey district seeks PD for middle school teachers.
Professional development tops administrators’ wish lists for spending federal Title IV grant money, but college- and career-readiness and social emotional learning are also big needs.
Companies contributing more than $776 million to the marketplace are among the fastest-growing private businesses in K-12, according to the Inc. 5000 analysis.
Florida and a Texas district are seeking professional development services, while the state of Kentucky needs new summative assessments for grades 3-11.