An EdWeek Market Brief survey asked district administrators and teachers about the most common reasons that products fail to win educators’ confidence.
The publicly traded company will change its name next month to better reflect its “continued growth” outside of K-12, after acquiring two career-based learning platforms.
A Texas regional services agency is buying a learning management system for schools, and a New Jersey district is purchasing PD and supplemental services focused on curriculum.
A Maryland district is looking for mental health screening services, and a New Mexico system is looking for professional development for college and career readiness.
Cambium Learning, which offers products in curriculum, assessment, and professional development, nearly doubles its total employees with the recent acquisition of languages company Rosetta Stone.
Dallas ISD seeks an integrated communications network, while Detroit schools are in the market for equity-centered professional development for teachers.
COVID-19 accelerated the rollout of Mosaic by ACT, which is being billed by the company as a comprehensive, adaptive learning solution weaving together assessments, curriculum, and social-emotional learning.
Two U.S.-based education companies — CredEd and Woz U — are partnering to offer professional development focused on coding curriculum to teachers around the world.
The Virginia Beach City Schools want bids on social-emotional books for K-8 students, while Wyoming needs virtual learning PD for educators. Idaho seeks a student data management information and accountability system for adult education.
Districts’ use of emergency federal funding depends in part on what their technology landscape was like, pre-pandemic, says Kimberly Glass, president of a national association of federal aid administrators.